Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Why is Parental Alienation (aka – Pathogenic Parenting) so hard to diagnose? – Saving Fatherhood

Dr. Steve Miller
A. This field is highly counter-intuitive – (Most people will get it wrong, they will get it exactly backwards.
B. In an alienation setting most children align with the abusive parent.
C. Pathological enmeshment – the child loses their individuality.
a. Boundary violations.
b. Inappropriate sharing



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