An Alienated Grandfather’s Thoughts

It has been almost two years now that I have struggled on as an alienated grandfather. I have the memories still fresh in my mind of the happy and treasured times I once had with my grandchildren.

For those of you unaware of what parental alienation actually is please see here for full details.

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“It breaks my heart seeing them, thinking how sad, disillusioned and upset they might feel.”

It hurts so much, seeing other grandparents being able to enjoy being with their grandchildren like I once used to be. I have glimpsed my grandchildrens’ faces sometimes on their way to school. It breaks my heart seeing them, thinking how sad, disillusioned and upset they might feel by the hate, poison and lies forced onto them by their so called mother.

Parental alienation is not right or fair. If you watch any of the news channels on TV of the world gone mad; places like Syria, Iraq, I sometimes think to myself how is it possible to survive in such places? Yet during any cease-fire that occurs, amazingly children in such places are seen playing games, playing football. Ultimately doing things children should be doing as children.

“To all those that inform me that my grandchildren are happy. You, like my grandchildren are being used and lied to.”

The point I am making is my beautiful grandchildren over a period of time have arguably been more mentally destroyed than children in such war ravaged countries. People are outaged at the vulnerability of children in these war zones and rightly so. However not enough people appear to be outraged about the emotional abuse that is parental alienation.

To conclude, may I say something to all those enablers of parental alienation, to all those that like to inform me not to worry. To all those that inform me that my grandchildren are happy. You, like my grandchildren are being used and lied to, enough said.

Lets hope one day that the powers that be, recognise that parental alienation is child abuse.

Written by

Albert Glover

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