Tag: Parental Alienation

Christmas Trees for Alienated Families

Christmas Trees for Alienated Families

101 Alienated Children’s Names from 9 Countries World-wide, Pinned to Christmas tree for Alienated Families so far. . Missing someone this Christmas? Claim the rightful place of your alienated child or grand-child in your family! Hold a space for them in your circle of celebrations and honour the tremendous trauma of everyone involved. Millions of […]

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Inside the Mind of the Alienated Child

Inside the Mind of the Alienated Child

This week finds me focused on the experience of growing up in an alienating environment and the ways in which children are prepared for the kind of mind bending and brain washing behaviours which are seen in alienation. Keeping in mind that parental alienation is the result of three things – a) the alienating strategies […]

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Parental Alienation Courses

Parental Alienation Courses

The Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG) together with the National Coalition Against Parental Alienation (NCAPA), offers two online courses on Parental Alienation, at no cost to participants. The one course was designed for parents & family members dealing with parental alienation and the other, for professional counselors & attorneys. Both offer a comprehensive insight into […]

12th September 2017 | By | Reply More
Alienation in Five Easy Steps

Alienation in Five Easy Steps

I have been asked recently about alienating strategies used by parents and how to manage these. This is a starter post in terms of this topic which is vast in terms of the how and why of alienation. To begin with we will break down the alienation process into steps and relate it to everyday […]

17th August 2017 | By | 2 Replies More
Angelina & Brad Disgrace Wedding Vows

Angelina & Brad Disgrace Wedding Vows

Why we have to keep our promises, especially when we get divorced. We don’t know exactly what Angie and Brad promised each other on their wedding day, but from the tabloids we do know that their children helped to write their vows and one of them was “to say sorry, whenever they had a fight”. […]

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Confessions of a Parental Alienator

Confessions of a Parental Alienator

Confessions of a Parental Alienator: True life stories retold by Sinta Ebersohn…   . . Posted by Sinta Ebersohn (Creator of fairdivorce.co.za – Stellenbosch – RSA)

16th January 2017 | By More
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
Women’s Month: FREE Messages to share

Women’s Month: FREE Messages to share

As a woman and divorced mother, I celebrate Women’s Day in contemplation of what it means to be a real woman. Here are some FREE quotes to share with the Women in your life. Simply click on the image to save it and share as you wish. . Posted by Sinta Ebersohn (creator of fairdivorce.co.za – […]

9th August 2016 | By More
Parenting Stereotypes and Parental Alienation

Parenting Stereotypes and Parental Alienation

This powerful TEDtalk by Dr Jennifer Harman, challenges us to re-consider our parenting stereotypes and expectations, as she illustrates how it subtly causes parental alienation in many instances. A must watch!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3YdldNXZnQ&app=desktop   Posted by Sinta Ebersohn (creator of fairdivorce.co.za – Stellenbosch RSA)

21st April 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 […]

16th April 2015 | By | 1 Reply More