Parental alienation is a term that is becoming popular and for good reason. It describes a situation where a child exhibits unjustified hostility towards one parent. The general idea is that the child has been manipulated by one parent to view a capable and loving parent as bad. Of course this is nothing more or … Continue reading Parental Alienation has Another Side
A couple of days ago I went for a mediation session. I am what is known as an alienated parent. Following our separation in the summer of 2016, my ex has continuously denied me contact with my three young children. She has brainwashed them against me; to the point of them no longer calling me … Continue reading Where is the Justice?
Today was a tough day for me. Today it was my birthday. The day I would have loved to have shared with my grandchildren, but I couldn't. The reason why? I am an alienated grandmother, that is the reason why. For those of you unaware of what parental alienation actually is please see here for … Continue reading Today Was a Tough Day
Dear reader, It occurred to me today to think about parental alienation from a different angle. How do people become the person that stops one person from being involved in their child's life when they are divorced? Perhaps its stems from problems they already have? Please don't think for one moment that I'm condoning their … Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons
Today, October 15, my daughter turns five. I will call her using my tablet, that’s our channel. I hope the tablet is turned on. If the tablet is on, I hope she hears it and is allowed to answer. It’s been like this since February. A period after which the terrible and sinister powers of … Continue reading A Birthday, an Alienated One
It has been since the summer of 2016 that I have struggled on as an alienated grandfather. I have the memories still fresh in my mind of the happy and treasured times I once had with my grandchildren. For those of you unaware of what parental alienation actually is please see here for full details. … Continue reading An Alienated Grandfather’s Thoughts
When deciding to write about my story, I wondered where to start. Before all this happened to me I was just a mother, a mother in law and a grandmother. I worked in customer services for a well known company and life for me was good. I was happy that my children were all married and … Continue reading My Life, then Parental Alienation
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For those readers not familiar with my blog I have now not seen my three beautiful children for over 13 months. This is due to my ex-partner and mother of my children breaching numerous Court Orders and 'successfully' denying me contact with my children. Like so many other alienated parents out there, my case is … Continue reading Have you heard the joke about the parent who complained to Cafcass!
Another well written article by lost-dad, incredibly poignant. Please read and share to raise awareness of the evil that is parental alienation.
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This post was suggested by my various professionals during my journey and a post by David Shubert on iwaserased.com
I have thought about this a lot over the previous years. How to put into words the loss that I feel not seeing my children, having no idea what they are up to, not being asked daddy questions and an infinite amount of other possible situations.
I was ‘lucky’, in that I have found (or they found me?) a wonderful new partner and her son, both of whom adore me. They make me feel whole, and the residual doubt that I had every now and then that I could have been to blame for what happened between my children, their mother and I have been exorcised. I know I am a good partner and a good father to a son who isn’t mine. I certainly must…
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