I didn't want you to think that no one was going to help you.
I can not be of much help as I don't think my gliders are too bonded to me and only like me when I have treats or use me as a tree; I have come to accept this but it is difficult when my son (who rarely spends time with them) comes into the room and they go right to him
I would suggest you try:
1) tent time; several people suggested it to me. It doesn't have to be an expensive tent.
What I would do is take the treats/gliders in the tent right before I knew they were due to wake up, set the gliders down, and let them come to me for the treat. My were weary for a while but eventually would start eating the treats on me.
PS. A good book or IPad makes it easier while you are waiting.
2) holding them in the bonding puch daily for about 30 min. Once they started knowing my smell, I would put my hand in the pouch. Serena is the crabber (especially when she wants to sleep). Now, I can put my hand in the pouch and touch them without a peep.
You got this! Patience is the key. I know it is hard as they are so loveable.