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Are you a good separated or divorced parent?
Hostile Aggressive Parenting or HAP is a serious form of child maltreatment and abuse, and is enc...

A Brief Synopsis of Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS)
Dr. Richard Gardner, psychiatrist, first described “parental alienation syndrome” in 1985 to expl...

FAQ ex-fathers.org
What is an ex-father? An ex-father is a man denied the opportunity to raise his child. Fathers a...

Problems suffered by Children due to Parental Alienation
Dr. L.F. Lowenstein - Southern England Psychological Services have been involved with and heard ...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder in the Family Court System
Why can't you both just get along for the sake of the children? Those words are like nails on ...

Eleven days into Justine child protection trial Judge Lyndsay Smith questions the ministrys case
Eleven days into an intense child-protection trial, Judge Lyndsay Smith paused the proceedings to...

Parental Alienation Is Emotional Abuse of Children
Psychology Today Parental alienation is a set of strategies that parents use to undermine and in...

Parental Alienation Syndrome How to Detect It and What to Do About It by J. Michael Bone and Michael R. Walsh
Any attempt at alienating the children from the other parent should be seen as a direct and willf...

Brainwashing Children
Mothers are generally quite nurturing, and the easiest way to melt their heart is through a child...

I Lost My Children to Parental Alienation
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Are you a good separated or divorced parent?

Hostile Aggressive Parenting or HAP is a serious form of child maltreatment and abuse, and is encountered in most high conflict child-custody disputes and is often used as a tool to align the child with one parent during litigation.

A Brief Synopsis of Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS)

Dr. Richard Gardner, psychiatrist, first described “parental alienation syndrome” in 1985 to explain problematic behaviour in children who rejected their access parent on the basis of indoctrination or brainwashing by the custodial parent.

FAQ ex-fathers.org

What is an ex-father? An ex-father is a man denied the opportunity to raise his child. Fathers are routinely stripped of their children directly or indirectly by the family courts without any finding of fault. The former father is then further victimized by being ordered to pay the mother who has abducted his child.

Problems suffered by Children due to Parental Alienation

Dr. L.F. Lowenstein - Southern England Psychological Services have been involved with and heard a great deal about, the effects of parental alienation on the adult partners in a damaged relationship. What follows will be the impact that relationship break ups and adverse alienation procedures have on the child or children.

Narcissistic Personality Disorder in the Family Court System

Why can't you both just get along for the sake of the children? Those words are like nails on a chalkboard to anyone who has been through a divorce with someone who suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD).

Eleven days into Justine child protection trial Judge Lyndsay Smith questions the ministrys case

Eleven days into an intense child-protection trial, Judge Lyndsay Smith paused the proceedings to ask the Ministry of Children and Family Development exactly why it’s pushing to permanently remove four children from their mother’s care. The trial, which has been unfolding in fits and spurts since March 2018, concerns an Indigenous woman named “Justine” and her daughters (whose real names we’re withholding to protect the children’s identities). Social workers removed the girls in August 2016 and placed them in three different foster homes. Now the ministry’s asking a B.C. Provincial Court judge to make an order that will place these girls in the government’s care permanently.

Parental Alienation Is Emotional Abuse of Children

Psychology Today Parental alienation is a set of strategies that parents use to undermine and interfere with a child's relationship with his or her other parent. This often but not always happens when parents are engaged in a contested custody battle. There is no one definitive set of behaviors that constitute parental alienation but research with both parents and children has revealed a core set of alienation strategies, including bad-mouthing the other parent, limiting contact with that parent, erasing the other parent from the life and mind of the child (forbidding discussion and pictures of the other parent), forcing the child to reject the other parent, creating the impression that the other parent is dangerous, forcing the child to choose, and belittling and limiting contact with the extended family of the targeted parent.

Parental Alienation Syndrome How to Detect It and What to Do About It by J. Michael Bone and Michael R. Walsh

Any attempt at alienating the children from the other parent should be seen as a direct and willful violation of one of the prime duties of parenthood.

Brainwashing Children

Mothers are generally quite nurturing, and the easiest way to melt their heart is through a child. Even the most jaded of mothers will smile when a child does something cute. A mother’s instinct is to care for, love, and protect children– even a child they don’t even know. However, there is a type of mother who is capable of displaying actual contempt and hatred towards a child (even one they claim they love). All children act out at times, some worse than others, but a normal mother is able to separate the behavior of the child from the child’s core. So a rambunctious, difficult 8-year-old boy, for example, is viewed by most mothers as being a typical boy, but his core is never, ever attacked. Nor is he maligned, denigrated, or otherwise put down.

I Lost My Children to Parental Alienation

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