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The Particular Problems of Hearing the Voice of the Child in cases of Parental Alienation.

The Voice of the Child has become a world wide phenomenon in which the wishes and feelings of children are sought in the family courts, in matters concerning the care of a child and in areas of hea…

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4 Facts About Parental Alienation

Wendy Archer, officer and North Texas chapter manager of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization USA (PAAO USA), a national nonprofit, shares the following insights about parental alienation.

  1. Many experts call parental alienation “the worst form of child abuse.”

  2. Alienated children and young adults often struggle with severe depression and thoughts of suicide. Sadly, many alienated children attempt suicide because of the unbearable pain and heartbreak they suffer.

  3. Children understand that they are half of each parent. To make a child hate the other parent is to make a child feel that half of him is not worthy of love.

  4. Alienating parents will often claim emphatically that a child or young adult “doesn’t want a relationship with the other parent,” but formerly alienated children have confirmed that this is not true.

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