Narcissistic abuse can be as overt as yelling, screaming, and criticizing or, as covert as gaslighting, withholding needs, and denying what was and wasn’t said.
In a “malignant divorce,” a couple engages in hostile confrontation instead of legal negotiation in an attempt to resolve issues such as child custody, dividing marital assets and so forth. As a result of the hostility, there is damage done to not only themselves but their children also.
In child victim hearsay cases, kids must be treated with kid gloves to obviate legal disasters.
Regardless of Parental Alienation being shunned by the World Health Organization and extricated from the ICD-11, it’s still recognized by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). And, most family and juvenile court judges across America are aware of this insidious and invisible form of psychological child […]
“Coaching” is a malicious act of alienation by one parent against the other parent whereby that parent instructs or coaches a child to say bad things about the opposing parent.
In some extreme cases, a child can display actions that show outright hatred or fear towards the targeted parent. But not every case will be so black and white.
The Erasing Family documentary follows young adults who are struggling to reunite with their broken families.
Too often parents weaponize their children during and after a divorce. They use their children to try to inflict pain on the other person.
What makes some parents resort to parental alienation?
By talking to their children, listening to them, understanding their emotions, and making use of creative and effective coping strategies, parents can connect with their kids and help them work through the struggles that come with a divorce, ultimately healing as time goes on.