Tag: Alienation is Child Abuse

The Anxiety of the Alienated Child

The Anxiety of the Alienated Child

Alienated children in divorce and separation are captured within the anxiety cycles of the influencing parent and the reaction of the rejected parent. As such they are trapped within a recycling of feelings, which leak through to their conscious awareness and they are forced into managing this on a routine basis. This exposure to anxiety, […]

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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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