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 come to terms with. A couple of years ago while driving in my car, when … Continue reading When She Loved Me
So I've been asked, what is parental alienation?... Simple... It is my ex stopping me from being a parent.
It is controversial. It divides opinions. Does it really exist? I’m talking of course about parental alienation.
We were recently approached by an alienated father who asked for our help and support. He also offered to share his story in an attempt to raise awareness of parental alienation. To maintain anonymity, as requested by the father, we will call him John. John has now spent almost two years fighting to see his … Continue reading “Children’s Social Services have failed my children”
The following is the story of an alienated parent. All names have been changed. John has now spent almost two years fighting to see his children. John, his parents and his partner have spent, between them, in excess of £25,000 in legal fees. The following is an interview with John regarding his involvement with Norfolk … Continue reading “Children’s Services have failed my children”
It is Parent Alienation Awareness Day 2018. The abuse of children and their alienated parent's civil rights is happening in every town, every day. But the fact that people still need to be educated to understand what it means, speaks volumes. Because people who aren't experiencing it either ignore it or just don't get it. … Continue reading This is Parent Alienation
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?
When I first started my mental health nurse training several years ago I used to hate the lectures that aimed to teach us how important research is. I found both the subject and the lectures boring, dull and at the time I didn't really understand the importance of research. On reflection, I now realise that … Continue reading A Beginners Guide to Research for Battling Parental Alienation
[Warning: Once again the following paragraphs contain a disproportionate amount of sarcasm!] I attended yet another meeting today. I was told, yet again it was a really important meeting. I was also told it was about the welfare of my children. I was also told it was imperative I attend, in order for my opinions and … Continue reading I attended YET another meeting earlier today…
[Warning: The following paragraphs contain a disproportionate amount of sarcasm!] I attended a meeting earlier today. I was told it was a really important meeting. I was also told it was about the welfare of my children. I was also told lots of important professionals would be attending. I was also told it was imperative … Continue reading I attended a meeting earlier today…