Essential Knowledge for All Rejected Parents
This week I have once again been up and down the land working with families where alienation strikes. I have worked with severe cases of alienation this week and hybrid cases. In both situations the child rejects the parent and the end result is the same. Treating it however is not the same in both situations and anyone who tries to do that will soon find the problem either gets worse or the intervention backfires. Here’s why.
A pure and severe case of alienation has particular significators. These are the pointers which your expert in parental alienation will look for in differentiating your case. If a case is pure and severe we are looking for the following (these are just a few examples).
- Fixed and determined campaign of hatred which is shared and upheld by the aligned parent.
- False allegations of abuse of any kind which begin with a narrative…
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