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Parental Alienation Causes Short And Long-Term Damage To Children

I’ve written a fair amount on parental alienation and parental alienation syndrome (PAS) or parental alienation disorder (PAD). I’ve said before that I’m in no way qualified to give an opinion about whether the behavioral changes displayed by an alienated child fit the American Psychiatric Association’s definition of a discrete syndrome or disorder. https://nationalparentsorganization.org/blog/9486-parental-alienation-9486

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