Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Sometimes parental alienation masks another personality disorder…

In other posts we have discussed parental alienation, what it is and the impact that it has on children during and after divorce.

We’ve also covered some of the ways that a trusting relationship can be re-established, even after damage has been done. The alienation from a parent does not have to be permanent, even if the rebuilding of trust takes time.

Parental alienation often happens not because of the malicious actions of one parent but because of a complex set of behaviours that involve both parents and even the extended families.

However, in some circumstances

https://www.all4women.co.za/1761771/relationships/divorce/parental-alienation-as-a-sign-of-other-disorders

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