This article was mailed to our attention just a few days ago. As many of you know, We receive as many as 200 e-mails every day, we can not respond to everyone right away, but we do respond to everyone eventually… I have not been able to reach the author of this article, but I will continue to try. Either way, it is a must read and I will provide a link to the website for further review at the beginning of said article.
In any event, my primary concern for expediting the sharing of this with you is because we do receive countless e-mails referencing Parental Alienation. My own children Christopher Joseph and Leesha Dawn both suffer from the adverse effects of Parental Alienation. I will write more about how this has affected their well-being as well as all I have done, to no avail, to help them. Quickly though, I recently sent them cards on Fathers Day, before doing so, I offered Family Counseling, anything to help remedy this matter but again, it was to no avail. Unfortunately, this is the direct result of their mother’s efforts as she stated years ago, “I will make sure our children hate you” Well Becky, “Good Job” you have succeeded! But, what about our children and the adverse effects your decision has made on their emotional well-being?
“Parental Alienation is an emotional act of violence that is aimed at an adult but critically wounds a child” – Steve Maraboli, Author and Behavioral Scientist