Parental alienation can be difficult to spot and even harder to deal with. If you suspect parental alienation this article will help you.
What is Parental Alienation?
According to Cafcass, the government body tasked with assisting the Courts in Children Matter proceedings, defines parental alienation as: ‘when a child’s resistance or hostility towards one parent is not justified and is the result of psychological manipulation by the other parent.’ The damage of this can be huge.
Potential issues created by Parental Alienation include:
Some of the signs you may have a problem can be hard to spot, but you must be attentive and listen.
What can you do if you believe you are being alienated from your child?
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