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Why not to seek revenge on a Parental Alienator

Dont bother wasting your time and energy seeking revenge or trying to get even with the Parental Alienator in your life. Why? Because they don’t have any empathy, they don’t feel pain, so you cannot even scratch the surface when it comes to revenge. If they felt any empathy or pain they would not have […]

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What are the long-term effects of parental alienation on the child who has been alienated?

The results are devastating for the alienated child and can last a lifetime. Not only does the child miss out on a lifetime of having an enjoyable and fulfilling relationship with the parent they have been conditioned to reject, they also develop some serious pathological behaviors and attitudes that carry in to their adult lives. […]

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A genealogy of hostility: parental alienation in England and Wales

This article explores the emergence and development of parental alienation (PA) in England and Wales. It considers the background into which PA first appeared in private law proceedings concerning children in England and Wales, and examines how it progressed in the case law through the changing political and discursive context of private family law from […]

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Professional responses to ‘parental alienation’

Parental alienation was historically a term rejected by courts in England and Wales, but lawyers and social workers have noted an increase in the incidence of its use, possibly driven by campaign groups and media narratives. The two statutory services that provide independent social work advice to courts in England and Wales, respectively, on children’s […]

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Problems suffered by Children due to the effects of PAS

General aspects of children suffering from the effects of PAS The effect of PAS has been investigated by relatively few individuals so far but I should like to acknowledge my own gratitude to one researcher, Professor Richard A. Gardner for the work he has done in this area. (Gardner 1992, 1998, 2001.) In what follows […]

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MOTHER VICTIM OF PARENTAL ALIENATION BY MANIPULATING NARCISSIST

This fracture  is not the same as erasing her contacts in my phone and her un-friends on social media and never speak to her again. Yes, we have shared joy and sorrow with each other in the last six years. She was at our wedding, at the funeral of my mother, she was several times along […]

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Canberra psychologist disciplined after labelling children with unrecognised condition

A Canberra psychologist has been disciplined for claiming in a report that his client’s children suffered from “parental alienation syndrome“, a condition not formally recognised by psychology bodies. A tribunal was also critical in its assessment of the psychologist’s report, saying that it went beyond opinion or reasonable inference and “attributes fault and deliberately dishonourable […]

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Parental Alienation Database

This online database pertains to parental alienation, a mental condition in which a child – usually one whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict separation or divorce – allies strongly with one parent (the preferred parent or alienating parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the target parent or alienated parent) without legitimate […]

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