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Surviving Divorce, Parental Alienation and Life After

In For the Love of Eryk, Rod McCall shares his personal experience with Parental Alienation, which was so severe, it led to the death of his son Eryk; killed by the hands of his own mother when she lost her parental rights as the courts finally saw through her alienating behavior. Part One of the Book is Rod’s captivating and important story, showing how Parental Alienation can happen. Part Two of the book tells the stories of many others, specifically addressing what Parental Alienation is and how it can be stopped. Through interviewing many other parents, as well as professionals in family law, Rod’s book is a powerful resource which can raise awareness, educate and be a catalyst for change.



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