A man despaired at not waking to his daughter's voice on Christmas morn. But as he sat & cried, a little voice quietly replied; "Be brave, Daddy, My Daddy, please, keep well for though I can't be in your arms I am forever there in the tinkling of every tiny silver bell"
It is widely recognised that one of the factors contributing towards the fast-spreading social plague that is parental alienation, is the refusal of the reactionary institutions allegedly set up to defend our liberties and promote justice for all citizens to even recognise the term, let alone the resultant symptoms and their impact on targeted parents … Continue reading Parental Alienation: Is the continual spread of this abuse caused by organisation culture?
So in terms of current recognition of parental alienation here in the UK, we have Anthony Douglas (Chief Executive) of Cafcass publicly stating via numerous mediums that parental alienation is a form of emotional abuse. He even goes so far as to state that parental alienation should be treated with the same severity of any … Continue reading The Madness of Parental Alienation
You've heard the phrase "it takes two to tango?" Well parent alienation requires an antagonist and an antagonised, a targeter and a target and a resident parent and a non-resident, in that order. While there are a few exceptions to the rule, because parent alienation is the act of one parent turning the children against … Continue reading The shadow on the wall – Interview with a self-confessed (but reformed) parent alienator.
Long before this wretched social virus spread as fast and as far as it has to infect virtually every family I know, a member of my extended family wiped her ex from her children's life. None of the family really took her to task about it as we were either obsessed with our own trials … Continue reading Parent Alienation: If you tolerate this – your children could be next.
I offered to write this piece as I wanted to share a view of parental alienation that I suspect is often missed. That of the child caught in the middle. My parents divorced when I was about nine. As divorces go, I imagine it was fairly amicable. When we (my younger brother, sister and I) … Continue reading Growing up with Parental Alienation
We represent a large group of alienated parents, grandparents and other family members who have been failed by a flawed system. As such, we felt we should urgently respond to The Guardian’s recent article crackdown on parental alienation could do more harm than good, dated 29th November 2017 written by Jane Fortin, Emeritus professor of law, at Sussex … Continue reading The Dangers of Dismissing Parental Alienation