Monthly Archives: January 2012

Fighting Back using the Legal System – Part VIII

11. Inadequate or destructive court orders, continued: Different conditions prevail if your child is severely alienated.  When is your child “severely alienated” ? When your relationship has been disrupted to the point that interaction with you is either non-existent or … Continue reading

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Fighting Back Using the Legal System – Part VII

10. Even excellent assessments may be ignored. You may be rewarded to find that your assessor has understood the situation clearly,  has written an accurate and persuasive report, and has made recommendations that would really help. This is great, but … Continue reading

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Fighting Back Using the Legal System – Part VI

8. Time – Slowness and Delays. Time and space away from you are what the alienator needs to establish and perpetuate alienation from you. Time and space away from the alienator are what your children need to be free to … Continue reading

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Helpful Article on Controversies around PAS and Parental Alienation in the Legal and Psychotherapeutic Communities

Having your children suffering from alienation is bad enough. Discovering that there is angry and inflammatory discourse about the very existence of parental alienation adds another layer of discouragement! You may be dismayed to learn that there is a cohort … Continue reading

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