Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Justified Rejection versus Parental Alienation

Karen Woodall

Hurtling as we are to the Christmas break I have just enough time and energy to write a couple more pieces for you before I collapse in an incoherent heap for my annual shut down and recovery slot.  As I myself come from not only one but two separated families, one of which is also separated on the vertical axis (my parents are not together), piecing together a jolly Christmas can feel at times like trying to finish one of those 3D Jigsaws, great in theory, impossible in practice without something crashing down somewhere. Forgive me then if this one is short but it is to the point. I will be interested to read comments and thoughts as this is a difficult subject for many.

Justified rejection is the term which is given to actions by a parent which have caused a child to refuse to see that parent because…

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