Parental Alienation, Good Versus Evil Reblog from here AUGUST 27, 2017 / BTG DAD In my experience of battling parental alienation thus far, I have come to realise the following: It is generally not recognised by the judicial system, dismissed by so-called professionals, and underestimated even when recognised and documented as minimally as possible with phrases such as “exhibits alienating behaviours.” It appears to only be known by those affected by it. So we have a set of behaviours…"Parental Alienation, Good Versus Evil"
From – www.eventbrite.com Parental Alienation Parental alienation is a form of child abuse. Parental alienation is the process, and the result, of a parent psychologically brain washing their child into showing unwarranted fear, disrespect and even hostility towards the other parent. In some cases, the alienating parent will deepen the brain washing by witholding the child from the other parents’ parenting time, manipulating the police with false allegations, taking advantage of the courts – who…"Parental Alienation"
It’s the Christmas season again. You know the time of year when you are jolly and laugh a lot and wish everyone you come in contact with “Happy Holidays!” For me, it’s the season where I want to crawl under a blanket along with my heated mattress pad and sleep until January or February, maybe even March. Holidays are difficult for me; partly because of decisions I made for self-preservation, but mostly because of lies…"Incoherant ramblings…of the Holiday Blues"
This is for you. You may believe because everyone thinks that you are the nice guy, such a loving father, that you have fooled everyone and life is good. They are only human, just like my daughters. It takes a real man, a man of God, to admit to his lies and manipulations, to put others first and try to mend what’s broken, but that’s not who you are. What you haven’t realized is that while…"You know who you are…"
It is said that there is a fine line between right and wrong, love and hate. I think the same holds true with sane/insane, crazy/not crazy. I get up each day and face the reality that I cannot call my daughters and talk. I cannot share something that happened the day before. I cannot share a funny antidote. I cannot share memories. I cannot ask how they are doing. I cannot ask them about my…"It's a fine line we walk…"
What makes alienation so easy? Humans need security. To ask someone to stop and question 10-15-20 and even 30 years of their security is something most people cannot handle. To learn that half of their life is built on lies and half-truths is unfathomable. Life is easy, why complicate it. In most circumstances, only a tragic event will make a person question what they believe; and how many parents are willing to ask that their…"Thanksgiving – Sometimes you have to dig deep to be thankful "