When I first started my mental health nurse training several years ago I used to hate the lectures that aimed to teach us how important research is. I found both the subject and the lectures boring, dull and at the time I didn't really understand the importance of research. On reflection, I now realise that … Continue reading A Beginners Guide to Research for Battling Parental Alienation
[Warning: Once again the following paragraphs contain a disproportionate amount of sarcasm!] I attended yet another meeting today. I was told, yet again it was a really important meeting. I was also told it was about the welfare of my children. I was also told it was imperative I attend, in order for my opinions and … Continue reading I attended YET another meeting earlier today…
I have been touched by the cruelty of parental alienation. Perhaps from a distance but enough to have made me actually cry last Christmas. And enough for me to get so frustrated at the futility of the battle that I could explode! “These young children were brainwashed, denied the truth and denied their father.” You … Continue reading Touched by the Cruelty of Parental Alienation
[Warning: The following paragraphs contain a disproportionate amount of sarcasm!] I attended a meeting earlier today. I was told it was a really important meeting. I was also told it was about the welfare of my children. I was also told lots of important professionals would be attending. I was also told it was imperative … Continue reading I attended a meeting earlier today…
There are many people in our society who are narcissistic in their nature, and even though few would be willing or able to admit to, most of us have certain tendencies that come from a similar place. Vanity is in us all Vanity itself has its roots in such behaviour, but in some contexts it … Continue reading Narcissism and the Death of Hope
I wish this was the beginning of a bad joke, but it is not. I wish it was the beginning of an article informing it's readers of some good news, regarding our movement's battle against parental alienation. But unfortunately, it is not this either. I have now not seen my alienated children since the summer … Continue reading How Many Social Workers Does it Take to Protect a Child…?
Depression is defined as a long lasting low mood that affects your ability to do everyday things, feel pleasure, or take interest in activities. Depression can affect people of any age. It is the most common mental illness. Definitions aside, for those that suffer from depression, the effect and experience is uniquely different for everyone. Depression … Continue reading Depression Vs Drumming