Alienated Children

Alienated children develop high rates of depression, anger, anxiety, drugs, and alcohol, and relationship difficulties. Psychologist Jennifer Harman and others conclude from a summary of extensive research that parental alienation is one of the very most harmful forms of child abuse. _____

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