Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Two Classic Cases of Courts Failing Alienated Parents

From An Alienated Mother and An Alienated Father

In the remainder of this post I reprint letters sent to me from two parents who contacted me by email after reading my earlier posts on alienation. Both of these parents have given me permission to reprint their letters, plus the responses I wrote to each of them. The letters express the typical struggles faced by alienated parents who try to use the court system to rectify the situation. Their concerns are:

1) To regain their legal rights to participate in parenting their children.

2) To save their children from the serious negative impacts of alienation. (i.e., a lifetime of emotionally unhealthy functioning).

3) To cope with extreme legal costs, long drawn-out, exhaustive, and often ineffective legal proceedings.


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