Created by us – a retreat for alienated parents
Our retreat enables you to begin the hard work of rebuilding your life on a purely practical level. We offer a safe refuge for people healing and surviving Parental Alienation as well as counselling, coaching, energy work to help you recover from the devastating effects of PA
- Pampering – to reassure you that you are still valuable
- Breakthrough Experiences – to bring you out of your comfort zone;
- Skills Development – giving you the tools you will need to build a new life;
- Friendship – to encourage you never to give up.
Our emotional healing retreat promotes a holistic approach that does not just address emotional and spiritual needs, but which also encourages physical health. Continue reading “Emotional Healing”
Emotional Healing retreat offers you simple yet intensely powerful meditation technique. You will learn to incorporate meditation as part of your daily routine, meditation that is easy to learn, effortless to practice and does not require specific beliefs, behavior or lifestyle and is not connected to any religion.
Our retreat incorporates several meditation styles backed by scientific research shown to help keep your mind and body healthy by transforming an individual and settling to the simplest, most powerful state of awareness allowing you to tap into the inner reservoir of your creativity, energy and intelligence. Continue reading “Healing Treatments”
Criticizing someone is not abusive
Again, in an ongoing relationship—whether it’s intimate or professional—taking issue with someone’s actions or attitude isn’t off-limits unless it’s highly personalized and an attack. Suggesting to someone that there might have been a better way to handle something or to respond to someone isn’t abusive, nor is it abusive to suggest that someone cool down because they’re over-reacting to a situation which isn’t, by its nature, emotionally-charged. Many rejection-sensitive people are quick to label any kind of criticism, no matter how mild, as abusive.
For a time, I belonged to a large closed Facebook group dedicated to supporting people who thought they were in various kinds of abusive relationships; I told the administrators who I was and that I was there largely to see, as a writer, what people were…
Source: What is Emotional Abuse Exactly? Taking a Hard Look at a Buzzword
Do you know someone who fits the description of a sociopath? Do you know someone who fits the description of a “sociopathic narcissist?” If so, you certainly aren’t alone. There is a plethora of articles, videos, and blog posts on…
Source: Sociopaths: 6 Potentially Dangerous Behaviors
Personality tests are beloved by high school guidance counselors and self-help book authors — but less so by many scientists. There’s controversy among them over whether clear-cut personality types exist at all.
Continue reading “These Are the Four Big Personality Types, According to Science”
Cafcass – seen by so many victims of the phenomena as a major part of the problem – says it deals with 125,000 cases of parental alienation each year. Sarah Parsons, the assistant director, now says the organisation now recognises that the alienating parent’s aim is to persuade the child to permanently exclude that parent from their life.
But campaigners still believe Cafcass if failing in its duty to stop it happening and they are campaigning to have parental alienation a criminal offence.
Andrew said: “Every school that has the DVD sent to them will be listed on Twitter and Facebook and NAAP will send a covering letter with each DVD highlighting the need for schools to take notice.”
At the same time the groups will be sending out the NAAP report – which was first published last year on the consumerwatchfoundation.com – to every MP in England, Scotland and Wales. Continue reading “Leading campaigner against Parental Alienation and a group he co-founded are to present a video to every school in the UK”
Join our top-level debate chaired by Sir James Munby, taking place at The News Building on the evening of Monday, September 24.
The justice secretary David Gauke has just announced his intention to consult on reforming the divorce laws in what would be the biggest shake-up of marriage laws for 50 years.
His consultation paper would remove the need for couples to indulge in a “blame game” or wait for at least two years to divorce; and suggests a minimum time-frame of six months for the process, to give couples time to reflect. Continue reading “Is it time to reform our divorce laws?”
Our retreat enables you to begin the hard work of rebuilding your life on a purely practical level. We offer a safe refuge for people healing and surviving Parental Alienation.
Parental Alienation Emotional Healing Retreat
Healing retreats can offer various programs:
- Cleansing and detox programs to rid the body of its toxins
- Yoga sessions to balance the body and mind
- Reiki healing sessions for both emotional healing and energy healing
- Alternate healing methods such as Ayurveda, acupuncture, or aromatherapy
- Emotional trauma release and integration sessions
- Holistic health advice to get you doing the right things every day for your wellness
- Spa treatments to relax you and allow the stress to melt away
These retreats can beneficial for people with and without body health issues.
Continue reading “Healing retreats”
The Abandonment Depression is the complex painful childhood experience that is reconstituted in an emotional flashback. It is a return to the sense of overwhelm, hopelessness and helplessness that afflicts the abused and /or emotionally abandoned child. At the core of the abandonment depression is the abandonment melange – the terrible emotional mix of fear and shame that coalesces around the deathlike feelings of depression that afflict an abandoned child. Surrounding the abandonment melange of the flashback are perfectionistic and endangerment cognitions and visualizations of the toxic inner and outer critic (See my articles on the critic), and at the surface is the self-destructive enactments of the fight, flight, freeze or fawn responses (See “A Trauma Typology”). Continue reading “What is the Abandonment Depression? The Abandonment Melange?”