PA – It’s ALL about control

Another guest post from another courageous parent speaking up about abuse so others may not have to: I've never been a huge fan of the whole narcissism theory. For me people tend to be a great deal more nuanced than that and if we accept a polemic then all empaths are essentially doomed while society … Continue reading PA – It’s ALL about control

Forever Young!

Someone who I know to be a very good man, has fought a lifelong campaign for re-unification with his daughter, who turned 16 today. Parent Alienation is horrific, whatever range of terrible variables you happen to be enduring. But this man has had to watch his former partner set up home with a man who … Continue reading Forever Young!

Mental Health & Parental Alienation

As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close here in the UK, we felt it an appropriate time to explore the current available statistics regarding the subject of mental health and at times the inextricable link to parental alienation. Mental health problems continue to be a growing public health concern. The aim of the … Continue reading Mental Health & Parental Alienation

Reunification Case Study: An alternative to a solicitor or going it alone

In the previous two posts on the theme of re-unification and re-connection, we showcased some of the expertise of the children's social work team by focusing on the case study of Will and his son Zac. Complementing and enabling this work, by helping to remove the legal barriers erected by the alienating parent, was one … Continue reading Reunification Case Study: An alternative to a solicitor or going it alone

Discrimination, Equality and Parental Alienation

By definition, with the obvious exception of misogynistic, sexist bigots, we should all be feminists. I consider myself a feminist, why wouldn't I? The definition of feminism is plain and simple; the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes. With the above in mind, there is absolutely no excuse for … Continue reading Discrimination, Equality and Parental Alienation

Trudge on or give up. What other choice is there?

The third post in a series by a father in a shared parenting situation, complicated by hundreds of miles and a hostile ex and new partner. He gives a valuable insight into another form of alienation, the use of "divide and conquer" tactics to manipulate siblings into abusing the target parent. The impact on the … Continue reading Trudge on or give up. What other choice is there?

What If?

My husband and I are alienated grandparents. It has now been two years since we have seen our three beloved grandchildren. We are aged eighty and seventy nine respectively. So we are not young grandparents. So as if being alienated from our beautiful, special grandchildren we love was not bad enough and knowing that the alienation can go … Continue reading What If?

The Higher Truth

In this post I would like to explore the subjects of truth, mental health, suicide, music and of course parental alienation. a I have recently been listening to Chris Cornell's 2015 album Higher Truth. And for me, the stand out track from the album is the eighth track of the same name, Higher Truth. a … Continue reading The Higher Truth

“Children’s Social Services have failed my children”

We were recently approached by an alienated father who asked for our help and support. He also offered to share his story in an attempt to raise awareness of parental alienation. To maintain anonymity, as requested by the father, we will call him John. John has now spent almost two years fighting to see his … Continue reading “Children’s Social Services have failed my children”

PA: Reunification Case Study Part II

This is the second part of our blog by the reunification expert team, illustrating that re-connecting, even after extreme alienation, is not only achievable, but that there is a proven pathway that alienated parents can follow. We last left the story at the point in the process where the little boy had been re-introduced to … Continue reading PA: Reunification Case Study Part II