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Wednesday, January 27, 2016
In My Experience with Parental Alienation
In my experience with PA, no matter what the targeted parent does with loving intent will be misconstrued into something negative. We've been dealing with PA going on 19 years. We've made mistakes along the way. The children, and now grand children too have been abused ir-regardless of what we do because the situation is a conundrum. Go with your "gut", "intuition" as a parent and hope/pray for as positive outcome as possible. Each situation is unique with no pat answers. My motive now is to be honest and share the other side of their (and their fathers) story so they can make an informed decision as adults. We've put the info out there for them in a public setting to access because that is the only way to reach them without the alienators interference in sabotaging "our truth". Not to perpetuate hate, but the "truth". Secondly, PA needs to be brought into public awareness for being the horrific child abuse it is. The only way to do that is to be open and honest with each person's experience and not fearful of retaliation from the alienator. Lastly, vindication for the targeted parent. They are bullied and brutalized by these alienating parents. These bullies need to be called out and embarassed in a public setting for being the brutes they are. The judicial system hands are tied because of laws. So, we as committed individuals need to proceed for what is in the best interest of "our" children since the judicial system is incapable of doing so.