If there is no communication or trust with your daughter, it can be difficult to address the situation and work towards a resolution. However, there are still steps you can take to help improve the situation and maintain your relationship with your grandchildren.
It may be helpful to try and reach out to other family members or friends who can act as a mediator or go-between for you and your daughter. This could be a family therapist or counselor who can help facilitate communication and address any underlying issues or conflicts that may be contributing to the situation.
If your daughter is unwilling to engage in communication or is behaving in a way that is harmful to your relationship with your grandchildren, it may be necessary to set boundaries and seek legal or professional support to protect your rights and the well-being of your grandchildren.
Remember that it’s important to prioritize your own emotional well-being and to seek support from friends, family, or a therapist during this difficult time. It can be challenging to navigate these types of family conflicts, but with patience, understanding, and perseverance, it is possible to work towards a resolution and maintain a positive relationship with your grandchildren.