The Problem of Diagnosing Parental Alienation

Courts and professionals admit and acknowledge¬†that the problem of one parent alienating children against the other parent is common and damaging to the well-being of the effected children. However it is rarely acted upon by the courts due to it currently not being recognised by any government authority in the UK. Professionals continue to see … Continue reading The Problem of Diagnosing Parental Alienation

My Trip to a Co-Parenting Workshop

For those of you new to this blog, I am an alienated parent (a definition of parental alienation can be found here). With the exception of one hour with my youngest child at a Contact Centre, my ex-partner has successfully prevented me from having contact with my three children for just over¬†7 and a half … Continue reading My Trip to a Co-Parenting Workshop

My Trip to the Local Contact Centre, Part 2

And so my second trip to the local Contact Centre recently took place. Following on from the circumstances of the first visit (see My Trip to the Local Contact Centre, Part 1) I now entered the Contact Centre with the belief that my daughter and her mother would not be turning up. Any readers of … Continue reading My Trip to the Local Contact Centre, Part 2