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PARENTAL ALIENATION IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Parental Alienation is Child Abuse

by Joan T. Kloth-Zanard

Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs?
Dealing with Hostile Aggressive Parenting and Parental Alienation

From the book by Joan T. Kloth-Zanard

CHAPTER 3 — PARENTAL ALIENATION IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

When a parent is denied a relationship, it is the same as isolating the children from the parent. It can be legally termed as an alienation of affection, criminally referred to as domestic violence and psychologically referred to as Parental Alienation, Parental Alienation Syndrome (soon to be in the DSM V), Hostile Aggressive Parenting, an Enmeshed Relationship, Triangles in Relationships, Cross-Generational Coalitions or

Alienation and Denigration. No matter what it is named, it is not only abusive to the Targeted Parent (TP), but also abusive to the children. The Alienating Parent (AP) sees the children and/or their relationship with the other parent as a possession that they have power over, which in turn controls the TP. By refusing to allow a healthy relationship to exist between the children and the TP, the AP maintains a sense of control and what they feel is a bargaining chip to possess the other parent. Whether it is returning the TP to the AP’s life or revenge ‘for not loving them anymore’, the AP has absolutely no regard for any of the other victims. Their only goal is to destroy the TP anyway they can.

http://www.naasca.org/2015-Articles/061415-ParentalAlienation=DV-JoanKloth.htm

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