Slowly, hope is building for children suffering from a form of psychological abuse known as “parental alienation” because of the growing awareness about parental alienation and its harm to children. One example is the relevant authors of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) saying that parental alienation is in DSM-5. […]
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A list of ten resources for learning more about parental alienation; the more you know about parental alienation, the better off you will be.
Did you recently separate or divorce (or begin divorce proceedings), and now you are not seeing your kids — despite being a “normal-range” parent? Here are tips on what to do if you are divorced and not seeing your kids. Are you hearing false allegations against you? Maybe you hear that your children don’t want to […]