Tag: Alienated Families

Evidence from a Decade of Reuniting Alienated Children and Parents in the UK

Evidence from a Decade of Reuniting Alienated Children and Parents in the UK

It is a decade since I worked with Thomas Moore to assist in reuniting him with his son after many years apart. You can read about his journey and our work together in his book ‘Please Let Me See My Son’.  This week Thomas called me to say hello and let me know that his […]

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August Give-Away 2018

August Give-Away 2018

Here is our August Give-Away!  Allan Freeman-Jones, author of Parental Alienation: A Loving Father’s Lost Years has generously donated four autographed copies of his book, two of which will be kept in our Library and the other two will be given away in a lucky draw. To enter the draw, please click the link provided below. […]

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Parental Alienation in South Africa

Parental Alienation in South Africa

Radio Talk about Parental Alienation in Afrikaans   I recently talked about Parental Alienation with Johan Rademan at Oggend op RSG in Afrikaans. Attorney Louise Rive joined the conversation for a legal perspective. Ek het onlangs oor Ouervervreemding gesels met Johan Rademan van Oggend op RSG in Afrikaans. Prokureur Louise Rive het saam gesels vir […]

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The Drama of the Alienated Child (1)

The Drama of the Alienated Child (1)

What happens to alienated children is a malfunctioning of what could and should be empathic attunement to the individual needs and feelings of a child. It is a disruption of the child’s right to grow to feel their own feelings and an imposition of adult responses to the world onto a vulnerable, virtually helpless being. […]

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Parental Alienation – A Measuring Tool

Parental Alienation – A Measuring Tool

Have you ever been so angry and frustrated about being alienated from your child(ren), that you wished there was a way to prove that Parental Alienation is actually real and happening in your life and use that proof to put a stop to it? Here is your chance to get your circumstances recorded anonymously and contribute […]

8th September 2016 | By More
Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Are you unknowingly alienating your child from his/her other parent? Definition: Parental Alienation occurs during divorce, when a child rejects one parent, due to unreasonable programming or brainwashing by the other parent. Parents are psychologically fragile when they separate and as their emotions escalate, they might become overly involved with, feel entitled to or feel the need […]

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