This applies to paternal grandmothers.
i.e. the mothers of sons, who are themselves dads going through the family courts.
We were recently contacted by a group called ‘Mothers of Sons’ who are looking to find other similar paternal grandmothers in similar situations. They are forming a peer support network.
MoS is not affiliated with PBB but, on the face of it, this looks like an interesting project – one focussed on sharing lived experience and creating focussed support for these suffering grandmothers. It might, therefore, be of interest to those that we support and/or their extended family.
If you are a paternal grandmother and you’d like to tell your story, or to get peer support from other paternal grandmothers in the same situation, connect with MoS by using their form linked here.
Separate from the above, PBB also provides support for extended family and friends of separating parents via our Virtual Veranda online forum. This is a free support service that applies to separating mums and dads but also those around them. e.g. new partners, grandparents, close friends or work colleagues.