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It’s difficult to know where to start, so I will say this to fellow alienated parents. My story is so much like yours it's eerie. I know it is because I have heard the pain and frustration in your voices and I have read about them in your posts and comments. The tales you tell of the insidiousness of this form of child abuse are heartbreaking. I can relate to it so well. I have also battled endlessly only to suffer setback after setback, with the occasional gain, then a glint of hope, that eventually, incomprehensibly, manages to get lost and discarded in the sea of absurdity. I too have felt like I am in a lost episode of the Twilight Zone, except more horrific because it is real.
So yes, I know your pain.
But Twilight Zone, horror, parental alienation, setback, all these things I can handle. I have a beautiful wife and children at home. I have my support group, my outlook and my faith. Sure, I break down, how could I not. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love our daughters. I joked with a friend I ran into at the court house that I have lost it while I was plugging away on the elliptical at Anytime Fitness, little does she know that I wasn't kidding. I think that at least one of the trainers there, who saw tears streaming down my face while I was doing my cardio, is concerned that I may be working out too hard.
But this is a staple of Parental Alienation; it is parents, grandparents and siblings suffering silently the effects of the most horrific type of child abuse that you have never heard of.
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"The PAS is an insidious, devastating, bewildering, and commonly unrecognizable form of child abuse."
~ Linda Kase-Gottlieb
Trial: Day One
It has a Name
Irony, Sick, Sick Irony
I know about nightmares
Run, Shoeless Joe, Run
I hope this Offends You
AUDIO: UNDENIABLE EVIDENCE
See who else Christy is alienating from their biological parent
Midnight, our sons and daughters
Were cut down and taken from us
Hear their heartbeats
We hear their heartbeats
In the wind we hear their laughters
In the rain we see their tears
Hear their heartbeats
We hear their heartbeats
U2- Mothers of the Disappeared
Another Informative video on PA
Here is another video about Parental Alienation.
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What is Parental Alienation (PA)?
Its when one parent attempts to completely destroy the relationship of the other parent with their child.
A form of emotional child abuse where a custodial parent belittles or vilifies the other parent to the child. Its done both subconsciously and consciously with complete disregard for the child's well-being or emotional state.
What is Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)?
When the alienating parent (AP) finally succeeds in, essentially, brainwashing the child. The AP can then step back and let the programmed child takeover the badmouthing and claim to fear or hate the other parent. The alienating parent (AP) steps back and says, "I don't know what to do. the child is afraid of her father. I have always supported their relationship. But, I need to protect MY daughter from her father."
See 8 Signs of Parental Alienation
In a 2007 Ontario case, CS v MS, Justice Perkins recognized not only the devastating effect of parental alienation but also the complexities it presents to the court:
"Children who are subject to the parental alienation syndrome (I will call them PAS children) are very powerful in their views of the non-alienating parent. The views are almost exclusively negative, to the point that the parent is demonized and seen as evil....
"PAS children feel empowered and are rewarded for attacking the other parents and feel no remorse or shame for doing so.
"PAS children have a knee jerk, reflexive response to support the alienator against the targeted parent, often on the basis of minimal evidence or justification. PAS children broaden their attacks to encompass members of the other parent’s extended family.
"PAS children are recruited by the alienating parent and alienated siblings to the alienating parent’s cause.
"With PAS children, you cannot be sure who you are listening to – is it the child (or) is it the alienating parent?"
There are people who are making a difference
There are a few people and organizations who are working towards educating others, and bringing more awareness to this issue as well as changing the current laws and the way the system works now. This website will attempt to direct you to who they are and what they are doing and how you can get in contact with them.
But first of all:
In honor, respect, and admiration for someone who has brought awareness and worked endlessly towards finding a solution to Parental Alienation I have placed this very informative video from Dr. Jayne A. Major, parenting educator and founder of Breakthrough Parenting services.
In the near future, when greater strides are made in our courts, mental health fields, and society in general towards recognizing and working to help alienated parents and children, I hope that we can all look back on those who have been sounding the alarm for years.
Jayne A Major, passed away in 2012.
She will be missed.