Parental Alienation Syndrome: An Alienating Parents Proudest Moment
If you could pick out one moment in your child’s life that you were proud to be their parent, what would it be?
What is Parental Alienation?
Parental Alienation is not the same as Parental Alienation Syndrome in the regard that the child is not involved in the degeneration of the other parent. This is a campaign just involving the alienating parent without the child’s involvement.
What would happen if children’s books where written this way? Once upon a time there was an adorable baby boy whose parents were divorced and dearly loved him. The boy grew up never knowing anything different. Every visitation with his father was a constant time of relationship
With each passing year being a target parent of Parental alienation syndrome doesn’t get any easier actually it seems to get harder emotionally. As your children grow into adulthood, you start to be hopeful that all the years of ignoring your (phone calls, texts, letters, birth
January 2, 2004 – Friday Kate, my ex-spouse called this morning while at my parent house on vacation, to talk to our son, James. My current wife answered the phone. My wife told Kate that James was asleep. Then said that we were leaving today and were staying in a hotel tonight
January 26, 2003 Living far away from my son, James was hard. I moved in 2001 then in 2003, I decided to move back to the same town my son, James was living. I wanted to be more involved in James’ life and school activities. So my family and I are staying in hotels on the weeken
Children that develop their own degeneration scenarios about the alienated parent with our slight help from the alienating parent. These children present hesitation of visitation, but are free to express affection for the alienated parent even in the alienating parents presence.
Moderate Parental Alienation Syndrome
Children are more likely to make up their own scenarios of depreciation of the alienated parent, when alone with the alienating parent. When these children are removed entirely for the alienating parents grasp, they relax, quiet down and involve themselves with the alienated parent. The primary goal of the child is to maintain the psychological bond with the alienating parent.
Severe Parental Alienation Syndrome
When alone with the alienated parent the child may show feelings of hatred, neutrality or hold back expressions of affection. The children have ridiculous reasons for not visiting the alienated parent. Visitation is completely resisted by these children. In tween and teenage years visitation usually stops.
We are a family who cares deeply about Parental Alienation Syndrome and the damage it does to innocent children.
We are living it ourselves and hope this site and our story can offer some sort of comfort and assistance.