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Parental Alienation And The Damage Caused To Children « Children’s and Fathers Rights – Battling Parental Alienation in the UK & Beyond

In Best Interest of the Child, child abuse, Child Custody, Child Support, Children and Domestic Violence, custody, Divorce, Domestic Relations, Domestic Violence, Family Court Reform, fathers rights, Marriage, Non-custodial fathers, Non-custodial mothers, parental alienation, Parental Alienation Syndrome, Parental Kidnapping, Parental Relocation on October 28, 2009 at 2:45 am

Parental Alienation And The Damage Caused To Children

Parental alienation has been widely accepted as a term used to explain the brainwashing or conditioning of children by a resident parent (usually the mother) whereby they persuade the child against contact with the non-resident parent or persuade the child not to be enthusiastic about contact with the non-resident parent or their new partner.

Being on the receiving end of parental alienation is not pleasant thing. Since the birth of my daughter I have had to battle with the mother to be considered as an equal parent, but eight years on I am still battling to be acknowledged as a valued parent.

My ex-partner (mother of our daughter) never had a proper father as he split from his wife and never kept in proper contact and I personally think that this has a had a knock-on effect, because my daughter’s mother seems to think that I am not an important part of our child’s life and this is very saddening for both me and our daughter.

Too often I witness parents that do not seem to care enough about their children and it saddens me to know that I am willing to give my heart and soul to make my daughter’s life more meani9ngful, yet I am constantly battling with her mother just to be treated as an equal.

Parental Alienation And The Damage Caused To Children « Children’s and Fathers Rights – Battling Parental Alienation in the UK & Beyond.

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