Parental Alienation

What is Parental Alienation?

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Parental Alienation is a form of child abuse fueled by the war between ex-spouses. It is any attempt by one parent to alienate a child from the other. This includes blocking or interfering with visitation or any other form of contact, false allegations of abuse and ex-bashing. As their parent, the symptoms of this will be obvious to you. Your children may start withdrawing from you or showing fear towards you. They may also start “recalling” past memories that are not true – a direct result of parental brainwashing. The good relationship you had with them is slowly being eroded by a nasty ex who wants to hurt you and use your children as the pawn in this game. Your innocent children are being victimized.
Common Signs of Parental Alienation
1. False allegations of abuse, drug and alcohol use or other illegal activities by the other parent
2. Suggesting changing the child’s name or having a stepparent adopt the child
3. Denying the other parent access to school or medical records and schedules of activities
4. Arranging temptations that interfere with the other parent’s visitation
5. The alienating parent tends to stop all communication between the child and the alienated parent.
6. The alienator will also poison the child against the therapist unless the therapist
supports the alienator. Hence the therapist is seen as an enemy in the same light as the alienated parent.
7. Some alienators move away from where their ex partner resides in order to make visits difficult or impossible.Please visit the following links to learn more about Parental Alieantion
http://www.parentalalienation.org/
http://www.greensboro-therapy.com/ParentChildAlienation.en.html
http://www.amyjlbaker.com/
http://www.endparentalalienation.com/End_Parental_Alienation/Welcome.html
http://www.jmichaelbone.com/

2 thoughts on “Parental Alienation

  1. I am so happy I found this web site. This explains very clearly our situation . I am looking forward to reading more and learning more. I want and need help. I am a step mom dealing with a horrible ex wife and it’s taking its toll on me in so many ways. Thanks for sharing this information. Bless

    • I’m sorry you have to deal with things like this. It’s not easy. I just wanted to provide a site with information on it that I wish I had back in 2008 when our hostile custody battle started. It would have helped so much. Please know I’m here if you need anything.

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