Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Prisoners of a Parent’s Mind: On the Futility of Therapy in Alienation Cases — Karen Woodall

‘Thank you for sharing this, Karen. From the perspective of an adult alienated child, I will say your words are completely accurate. No amount of therapy for me or my alienated mother would have changed my father’s behavior or the circumstances. And my father would have had to cooperate and participate in years of intense […]

via Prisoners of a Parent’s Mind: On the Futility of Therapy in Alienation Cases — Karen Woodall

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