Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

WARNING SIGNS OF PARENTAL ALIENATION

Remember, your experience with the other parent is/will not be the same as your child’s experience.

Behaving in ways that encourage your child to align with your position in the face of their desire (at some former time) to enjoy a positive experience is a form of emotional abuse and could have long-term detrimental consequences for your child.

If you recognise that your behaviour could be alienating, seek professional guidance about ways to modify unhelpful behaviour and prioritise a functional co-parenting experience for your child.

http://lifecareconsultancy.com/warning-signs-of-parental-alienation/

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