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Inducing a PAS in a child is a form of abuse

Criteria for Differentiating Between PAS and Bona Fide Abuse-Neglect in Children

Inducing a PAS in a child is a form of abuse. After all, it can result in the attentuation and even permanent destruction of the psychological bond between loving parents and their children. It is a form of emotional abuse, however, that is different from physical abuse, neglect, and sexual abuse. Here the term abuse will generally refer to physical abuse and, to a lesser degree, sexual abuse. Included also in such abuse would be such behaviors as frequent menacing, threatening, hovering, and other forms of child intimidation.

Taken from DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME AND BONA FIDE ABUSE-NEGLECT

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4 thoughts on “Inducing a PAS in a child is a form of abuse

  1. It is most definitely emotional and psychological abuse. I wish others could see that and I wish there was legal recourse for it. Don’t the alienating parents realize that they aren’t just hurting their ex, they are also hurting the child!

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