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Can you tell your story one more time? – 100’s of true Parental Alienation stories

Can you tell your story one more time? Are your ready to share your story about how the family courts have kept you from your children? From your grandchildren?  From your parents? Is it finally time to speak out about how your rights, your children’s rights, or your parents’ rights have been trampled with the stroke of a pen?

You have told the story many times of how the family courts have disrupted you and your family. You have told it to judges and the people in the systems that you thought were supposed to be helping you and your family. You have told it to friends who still have trouble believing any of this madness can happen in the United States.

But now, National Parents Organization has a reason for you to tell it. This time, we intend to include your voice with the voices of many other fathers, mothers, grandparents, and children of divorced or separated parents. And this time, we want to tap your story and the stories of thousands of others and collectively wake up our legislators to what they are doing to our children and families.

Tell your story and believe that our voices and stories combined can make change.

https://nationalparentsorganization.org/join-us-take-action/share-your-story

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Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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