Parental Alienation; Ethics and the Family Court

The word ethical derives from the Greek work ethos; meaning 'moral character.' Within the world that we live in most people, most members of society would agree that a moral character describes the characteristics of an individual whose overall behaviour is right in a moral sense; honest, fair and truthful. In it's simplest definition ethics … Continue reading Parental Alienation; Ethics and the Family Court

Parental Alienation; I Never Knew My Mum

The following is an individual’s experience of growing up with parental alienation. We have changed the individuals’ names in the following post. I never knew my mum. According to my dad and my two older brothers, she walked out on us all for another man when I was only three years of age. I remember as … Continue reading Parental Alienation; I Never Knew My Mum

I am a Former Alienated Child…

The following is an anonymous contribution from a former alienated child that approached us, wishing to share her experience of growing up with parental alienation. We have changed the individuals’ names in the following post. I am a former alienated child and I would like to share my story for two reasons. First of all … Continue reading I am a Former Alienated Child…

When Breaking Off Contact is the Only Option

My divorce came after my wife made it clear to me that my function was that of a sperm donor. We wanted a second child, and after having sex once (scheduled by an Excel spreadsheet for her fertility) and not falling pregnant straight away, she insisted I have my sperm checked out and wouldn't sleep … Continue reading When Breaking Off Contact is the Only Option

Mental Health & Parental Alienation

Mental health problems continue to be a growing public health concern. The aim of the following paragraphs is to explore the current statistics associated with mental health and it's impact on adults and children alike and also highlight mental health's inextricable link with parental alienation. According to the 2013 Global Burden of Disease study, the predominant … Continue reading Mental Health & Parental Alienation