Monthly Archives: January 2015

You Can’t “Fix” a Psychopath

Originally posted on Phoenix Rising:
Codependents take note: You can’t fix a psychopath; you can’t fix a sociopath. You can’t fix a narcissist. You can’t fix anyone with cluster  B personality disorder for the following reasons: Those with antisocial personality disorders (psychopaths are a sub category of ASPD, there is strong evidence they were born…

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The healing power of telling your story.

Originally posted on The Long Term Effects of Parental Alienation:
Because telling your story—while being witnessed with loving attention by others who care—may be the most powerful medicine on earth. Each us is a constantly unfolding narrative, a hero in a novel no one else can write. And yet so many of us leave our…

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Family law – equal parenting

Responsible department: Ministry of Justice The interests of a Child are paramount, & Article 9 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child states: “Parties shall respect the right of the child who is separated from one or both parents to maintain personal relations and direct contact with both parents on a […]

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PAS to be recognised officially as a medical ‘disease’ or a definable ‘syndrome’ in UK Law

Please sign the e- petition or create a new one to STOP Parental Alienation, unfortunately I cant sign being a French resident. Please forward these details to as many people as possible who have been affected by Parental Alienation #Parental #Alienation is a subtle manipulation of the children by one parent who, for their own […]

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Sign the e-petition -Parental Alienation – closes 17/02/2015

Parental Alienation. To extend the cross-government definition of Domestic Violence and Abuse to include #Parental #Alienation. click below to sign the petition. http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/60995 Responsible department: Ministry of Justice #Parental #Alienation is a phenomenon which occurs after parents separate; the children, under the influence of the parent they reside with, refuse to have any more to […]

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Squaring the Circle: Contact Denial as Coercive Control?

Originally posted on Karen Woodall: :
Since Theresa May’s announcement that men who shout at their wives could face up to 14 years in prison, the issue of coercive control has been in the media.  Launched by a plethora of largely meaningless headlines, the idea that coercive control is a new offence which tightens the net…

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My History with Parental Alienation

Originally posted on Living Life Better Blog:
I lived with my ex for 14 years and had two beautiful children with her.  To keep the relationship going, I subscribed to her views on religion, politics, and pretty much everything.  I basically tried to be the person she wanted to be with instead of the person…

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An alienated parent inspired

An alienated parent inspired I had a moment of inspiration last week after 25 years of soul searching. I am currently reading a book by Neale Donald Walsch called “What GOD said”. I have read many of his books and they have helped me reach where I am today. There is a passage in the […]

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