Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

The Role of Interparental Hatred

This Comment on Smyth and Moloney’s article discusses the historical context and earlier work on the role of interparental hate in high-conflict divorce. A seminal line of clinical research on the core psychological dynamics of entrenched postdivorce disputes over children is identified and traced through three main research programs in California, Israel, and Australia. The importance of assessing hate as a risk factor in working with separated and divorced families is discussed, along with cautions about its misuse.



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