Let me tell you about one of my best friends. His name is Thor. Continue reading Parental Alienation; Thor, My Very Own Super-Hero
I was inspired to write this article following my own reading of Dr Childress’ latest blog entitled The Door of Empathy. In this article of his, Childress explores the behaviour that an alienated child expresses when required simply to survive. … Continue reading Parental Alienation & the Three Wise Monkeys
This post was prompted by the tragic circumstances of one of many alienated parents we support and their three-year battle to have a relationship with their children. Continue reading How Much Abuse Should a Child Have to Take?
Charles Dickens’ 1843 novella A Christmas Carol tells the story of Ebeneezer Scrooge. A protagonist that is initially presented in the above tale as a cold-hearted, bitter individual. Continue reading ‘A Christmas Carol’, Scrooge & Parental Alienation
I have always taken a gender neutral approach to parental alienation. However as much as I am proud of my gender neutral approach, this should not prevent me from showing my support for International Men’s Day today. Anything less would … Continue reading International Men’s Day 2018
Dear Reader, Apologies for not writing for a while. As an alienated parent, debts still have to be paid, so I have been working towards this end. I am writing today about a song that I have recently had to … Continue reading When She Loved Me
[The following is an anonymised experience contributed by an alienated parent. This yet again highlights the flawed system that is the Family Justice System.] Approximately a week ago I emailed the Senior Service Manager of my regional Cafcass Office. I … Continue reading A Simple Ethical Question!
To my beautiful children. Regardless of whether you all currently think you love me or not… Continue reading To my Beautiful Children; Story #1
On Saturday 22nd September I had the pleasure of being one of the public speakers at an event called The Dad Takeover. The event took place in London. It was organised by Priscilla Appeaning. Priscilla is the founder of The … Continue reading The Dad Take Over
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It’s over a month since I published my first Open Family Court blogpost, so this is an opportunity for me to say a huge thank you to everyone who emailed in response saying you’d like to hear more and get involved. A quick recap on the purpose of this project as I expressed it in that blog: “[It’s planned] as a collaborative exploration of how to recalibrate the balance between privacy in family courts – which exists for the very good reason of protecting vulnerable children – and freedom of expression, which allows… Continue reading New call for openness in family law