My best friend recently realized that I have unresolved issues w/my parents from my childhood. They divorced when I was 8, and that may or may not have to do with my issues. They are both living, but my mother has cancer and it may not be good. My friend thinks I need to go to her to resolve this for my own peace and maybe hers. I know that my issues lie w/both parents, and not just my mom. Right now it may be critical to get w/her first. I guess what I'd like to see discussed is how to overcome the fear of approaching them and putting it out there what I feel are issues. Also, how to approach them after all this time. I don't want to hurt anyones feelings. If there is a better support group for something like this and not here, please let me know. Thank you...
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