How 26 letters helped save my life.
Delayed gratification refers to an individual’s potential and capability of delaying something pleasurable now. This is in order to obtain something much more rewarding or pleasurable at a later time.
Let me tell you about one of my best friends. His name is Thor.
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.
The following is an anonymous contribution from a very courageous alienated parent. I have four children. Two daughters first, followed by two sons. Our story began 19 years ago. At the time, my eldest child was […]
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 […]
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 […]
What I mean by the above title is that twenty or so years ago mental health was simply not discussed in the public domain the way it is now. Be it via television reports, shows, […]
The following has been published with the kind permission of David Shubert (Founder of iWasErased) and Lynn Steinberg. Lynn Steinberg PhD, LMFT, is a Therapist, Mediator and Expert Witness in the field of parent alienation and […]
If you haven’t yet been made aware or don’t follow me on social media, I work with victims and professionals on the subject of personality disorders and parental alienation. It is a personal passion and […]