Pre′ject (prē′jĕkt), n. 1. A parental reject. 2. A person rejected by and disconnected from either or both parents. 3. A person living with a cracked, broken or shattered soul.

When a parent neglects, abuses, or abandons a child, that rejection creates an inner deficit affecting multiple areas of that child’s life into adulthood. By conservative estimates there are some 1 billion prejects in the world, with more than 100 million in the United States alone.

Prejects.org is a charitable organization dedicated to healing families by helping people recognize and overcome parental rejection. Our mission is to educate and transform prejects into PROs (parental rejection overcomers) via a suite of instructional and support services.

Founded June 20, 2010, Prejects.org is actively recruiting volunteers with a heart and vision to make a difference in the lives of both children and adults who have experienced disconnection, pain, and disillusionment in their parental relationships. Your charitable, tax-free donations will help us restore families and change lives in every tense, past, present, and future.

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