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When to be Vigilant in Dealing with Parental Alienation

It has been clearly documented that parental alienation occurs in families in which one (sometimes both) parents have a personality disorder, typically that of the borderline and/or narcissistic types. Healthy parents don’t produce this sort of pattern. In fact, according to Dr. Craig Childress, Psychologist, and expert in PAS, children don’t turn away from parents unless there is a perpetrator lurking and a perpetrator to whom a child is afraid. Think about it-children don’t turn away from pathologic parenting; they are too afraid. But they will turn away from a loving kind healthier version; there is nothing to fear there. These are the parents of whom the child is most afraid to lose; not the parent with whom they can feel consistently safe and loved.

https://goodmenproject.com/divorce/9-warning-signs-parental-alienation-cmtt/

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5 thoughts on “When to be Vigilant in Dealing with Parental Alienation

  1. Wow! That’s a POWERFUL statement right there. “These are the parents of whom the child is most afraid to lose.” I am educating myself more and more on this topic. My stepson was the subject of PAS and gaslighting for 16 years. Thank you for your insight and information!

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