Banging the Parental Alienation Awareness Drum

Parent Alienation Awareness Day is 25th, April.

We clearly all need to make a concerted effort to bang the PA awareness drum on that day using all available channels.

To this end we want to publish a talking heads style article on our blog adopting the MeToo style format.

We would really appreciate if those that are effected by parental alienation please list in the comment boxes below the following:

The three most harmful tactics the alienating parent has deployed against you and the children to destroy your relationship.

A one sentence bullet point will be enough.

We will them list these as a summary and reference that they have come from our anti-PA community to reveal the extent of the abuse and the fact it is directed at Dads, Mums, step-parents, grandparents, step-kids etc?

Don’t worry about duplication, we’re expecting some. But don’t hold back, we want people’s eyes to be popping in outrage by the end of reading it.


The Peace Not Pas Team

Please Note: We will gladly refer readers to true professionals who add value, deliver results and operate in line with our core principles.

We are also more than happy to feature quality content by writers; any wish to remain anonymous will be respected, as is the case above.

So if you align with our vision and ethos, have someone to recommend, are someone we would recommend or have something to say on the subject of shared parenting and parent equality in either a personal or professional capacity and would like a platform to have your say or contribute in some way to our cause, please contact us.

5 thoughts on “Banging the Parental Alienation Awareness Drum

  1. That was a comment made by the judge. It’s highly unusual for a.father to have no contact for that length of time.
    Judge ordered a CFI or child forensic investigation to assess what is the Child’s best interest and reallocation of parental responsibilities.
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  2. Alienator treated/treats child like her partner
    Alienator framed/frames child’s time with Dad’s family as unfortunate obligation
    Alienator repeatedly told/tells child he will be able to/is now old enough to choose to not see Dad at all

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  3. – Allowing the children to “decide” whether to spend time with their father or not, then scheduling events during visits or undermining the value of time spent with Dad, giving them ultimatums where (obviously) they are not going to choose to visit, withholding love or gifts if they go on visits;
    – Lying to them about their father in order to make them afraid of visiting him, ie. telling them that his neighbourhood is unsafe and if they visit they might be in danger, implying that their father is inherently dangerous and that visiting him puts the children in peril;
    – Falsely accusing Dad and his family of abuse, both past and present, towards Mom as well as the children, the alienator presenting a “Victim Complex” and blaming their behaviour on their (supposed) mistreatment by the target parent, repeatedly involving the Child Services to investigate false claims of bullying, terrorization and physical violence;
    – Generally associating visits with negative thoughts and feelings, then blaming the target parent for those things when they are actually stemming from the Alienator;

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    1. Parental alienation is child abuse. However because of the way that it is orchestrated, to the uninitiated it would go unnoticed because some of the tactics are so subtle and yet so damaging to those effected. Thank you for your contribution.


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