How to Reconnect With an Estranged Child in Bitlife

How to Reconnect With an Estranged Child in Bitlife

In Bitlife, maintaining good relationships with your children can be a demanding task. At some point in the game, you may have various children to tend to, which opens the possibility of estrangement towards one or more children. 

In simpler words, the distance between you and a particular child may increase to the point where they almost become strangers to you.

Leaving them abandoned with no parental support whatsoever.

This can prove to be emotionally troubling to those that want to be responsible toward their children. However, just like real life, Bitlife allows wounds to be healed with proper treatment.

This means reconnecting with your estranged children is possible as long as you’re willing to make the efforts on your side. 

In this article, we will go over the tips and guidelines through which you can reconnect with an estranged child in Bitlife to restore that parental connection.

How to Reconnect With an Estranged Child in Bitlife

How to Reconnect With an Estranged Child in Bitlife

Here are some tips to help you get started!

1- Start Early

The best way to prevent an estrangement from happening in the first place is to start building a strong relationship with your child early on.

You can do this by spending time with them, taking them on trips, giving them gifts, etc.

Doing these things will help you build a strong bond with your child that will make it less likely for them to become estranged as they grow older.

2- Wait for the Right Time

If you have an estranged child in Bitlife, it’s important to wait for the right time to try and reconnect with them.

This usually happens when your child is old enough to have their own mobile phone (usually around age 8-10 in the game).

Once your child has a mobile phone, you can start trying to reconnect with them.

Keep in mind, waiting too long can also prove to be detrimental, as it can lead to a point of no return for your relationship.

For instance, If your child nears the end of his life journey or has nothing to live for – he/she will be less likely to be interested in reconnecting with you. 

3- Apologize

If you want to succeed in reconciling with your child, it’s important to apologize for any past mistakes that may have caused the estrangement.

This shows your child that you are willing to take responsibility for your actions and that you care about rebuilding your relationship with them.

To apologize, go to the “Relationships” button on your own mobile phone, then select your estranged child’s name.

You should see the option to “Apologize” or “Attempt to Reconnect”. Choose the option to apologize and then follow through with a sincere apology.

4- Attempt to Reconnect

After apologizing, you can try to reconnect with your estranged child.

To do this, select your child’s name again and choose the option “Attempt to Reconnect”.

If your child accepts, you can start rebuilding your relationship with them.

Otherwise, you will have to wait for a better time or work better on your apologies, making sure to be sincere and remorseful in them.

5- Be Patient and Keep Trying

Effective reconnection with an estranged child may not happen overnight.

It may take several attempts and a significant time for your child to be ready to rebuild the relationship.

This depends upon the degree of suffering you have caused them and the length of the period they have spent estranged from you. 

How to Reconnect With an Estranged Child in Bitlife

If your child rejects your attempt to reconnect, don’t give up. It’s important to be patient and persistent in your efforts.

Keep trying every few years when they are older and see if they are ready to rebuild the relationship.

Furthermore, each consecutive attempt will boost their trust in your sincerity and goodwill, causing their hateful bias against you to fade over time.

Additionally, you can also try sending them gifts or make an attempt for taking them on a trip. That is to show them that you care about them and want to rebuild your relationship.

Ultimately, sooner or later, they will leave a gap for you to squeeze into their lives.

How does a Child Become Estranged?

How to Reconnect With an Estranged Child in Bitlife

Despite being a game, Bitlife can test how responsibly you manage your relationships and how your choices negatively affect those around you.

This becomes even more crucial when it comes to children, as they are especially prone to be disturbed by your ignorant behaviors and poor game choices. 

There are many overlooked factors that can lead a child to be estranged from you.

These include:

  • Negligence towards a child’s day-to-day needs.
  • Not providing a welcoming home to your child.
  • Absence of proper communication towards the child.
  • Lack of healthy interactions and activities with your child.
  • Not financing your child when he/she need it.

Evidently, managing multiple children on top of other game challenges is no walk in the park.

A lot of people tend to mess up at some point. What matters is how you make amends afterward.

So even if you, knowingly or unknowingly, pushed one of your children to the point of estrangement – there are always ways to win them back.


In conclusion, reconnecting with an estranged child can be a challenging and emotional experience. But with proper work, it is possible to rebuild your relationship with them.

By starting early, apologizing for past mistakes, exercising patience, and being persistent in your efforts, you can not only reconnect with your estranged child but even build a stronger relationship with them.

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