Parental Alienation Explained

What to Do About Parental Alienation As an excluded parent, as an alienated child, and as a by-stander. What is Parental Alienation “Parental Alienation” is the common name for a pattern that can happen to a family, usually after separation, when one parent harmfully turns their child or children against the other parent in a lasting way, and with no good reason. This rejection can happen to mothers as well as to fathers, and can extend…

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Shared from Mother Erased: a memoir, written by an alienated daughter

Moth GrandSLAM story: Reconnecting March 31, 2017Uncategorized I told this story live at the March 2016 Boston MOTH GrandSLAM.  After decades of being alienated from my mother, this is a window into our attempts at reconnecting.  *** When my mother called me last September, I was surprised by how easily I still recognized the sound of her voice.  When I was four, my father had thrown her out of our home and out of my life.…

"Shared from Mother Erased: a memoir, written by an alienated daughter"

Parental Alienation

From – 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…

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Thanksgiving – Sometimes you have to dig deep to be thankful  

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…

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Memories of my Dad

My dad passed away Tuesday evening at the age of 84. He had been struggling for a while, suffering from Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Parkinson’s. The one person who should have been holding the family together, was more instrumental in tearing it apart so that now we are a family divided. The last time I visited with my dad was this summer. He didn’t seem to know who I was. He still looked well and I…

"Memories of my Dad"

Who Moved My Freakin’ Cheese?

A story of parental alienation; a must read. Related articles Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome- All grown up, but what now? The Impact of Parental Alienation on Children Parental Alienation – One of the Easiest Terms to Throw Around, and One of the Most Difficult to Address Dr. Phil, Richard Rohr, and Alienation ~ Part 1 Frustrated with Lack of Understanding about Parental Alienation? Is Parental Alienation Syndrome Recognized by Professionals?

"Who Moved My Freakin’ Cheese?"