In my continuing battle to fight parental alienation and promote social change I have started writing an evidence based article. This currently has the working title of 'Are UK authorities effectively safeguarding children in their approach to the issue that is parental alienation.' A recent post of mine (Cafcass Asked Me If I Had Any … Continue reading Looking for Stories of Parents Affected by Parental Alienation…
I am incredibly proud to be involved with the organisation I Was Erased. This U.S. based group is the brainchild of David Shubert, who is a parent continuing to fight what is now a nine and a half year battle to be reunited with his children. The organisation's aim is to provide and share support and resources for … Continue reading ‘The Living Dead’, by David Shubert
In the following paragraphs I would like to explore parental alienation and empathy. The definition of parental alienation is simple. One parent, (in most cases the resident parent) deliberately damages, and in some cases destroys, the previously healthy loving relationship between the child and the child’s other parent (the non-resident parent). A key tell-tale sign of parental alienation … Continue reading Parental Alienation and Empathy
Over the last month I have been relentlessly hassling Cafcass (The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) in an attempt to get them to safeguard my children from their mother's ongoing emotional abuse. At time of writing, I have now not seen my children for almost 11 months. This is due to their mother denying … Continue reading Cafcass Asked Me If I Had Any Ideas. Here Is My 16 Page Response!
Life as an alienated parent is incredibly difficult to describe. Many alienated parents describe it as grieving for children that are still alive. I have also heard it described as a constant emotional pain, a constant sadness that never goes away. In essence the combined and constant feelings of loss and powerlessness are incredibly difficult to express in … Continue reading An Insight into the Life of an Alienated Parent
The online presence of those affected by parental alienation is both immense and awe-inspiring. In terms of statistics, typing 'parental alienation' in to Google presents one with 1,170,000 results. #PAS on Twitter reaches an audience of 2,107,036 twitter accounts. There is an incalculable number of alienated parents across the developed world passionately campaigning, advocating and pleading online for some … Continue reading The Awe-inspiring Online Community of Parental Alienation