Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Beyond the high road

If you are concerned that you are being targeted for parental alienation by the other
parent of your child, you may feel compelled to take what you believe to be is the “high
road” when responding to parental alienation attitudes and behaviors. According to
conversations with hundreds of targeted parents, this high road appears to be
conceptualized as not confronting the alienating parent in front of the child and not
saying anything that could be construed as critical about the alienating parent to the child.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amy_Baker9/publication/265450917_Beyond_the_High_Road_Responding_to_17_Parental_Alienation_Strategies_without_Compromising_Your_Morals_or_Harming_Your_Child/links/56a8b07e08ae0fd8b4000ead/Beyond-the-High-Road-Responding-to-17-Parental-Alienation-Strategies-without-Compromising-Your-Morals-or-Harming-Your-Child.pdf

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