Parental Alienation

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(1) A social dynamic, generally linked to divorce or separation, in which a child expresses unjustified hatred or unreasonably strong dislike of one parent, making access by the rejected parent difficult or impossible
(2) Intense negative indoctrination by a custodial parent (CP) that alienates the child(ren) against a noncustodial parent (NP)
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Gotkin served as a legal intern for a West Palm Beach family law services law firm in which she researched specific legal issues on divorce, collaborative divorce, alimony, child support and parental alienation.
They are also battling to the changes the diminished role of divorced fathers that leads to parental alienation.
At one end, there is extreme cutoff in the controversial diagnosis of parental alienation.
DEAR ANNIE: I am so sad watching the devastating effect that parental alienation is having on my grandchildren, and I feel powerless to help them.
Leving is in Los Angeles presenting on the growing epidemic of Parental Alienation and its terrible effects on fathers and their children.
When couples separate it seems the non resident parent and extended family can be completely alienated, the family courts do not recognise parental alienation so the non resident parent and extended family suffer a living bereavement.
I'm obviously very upset because I can tell Ellie is psychologically upset and has suffered parental alienation.
She claims this is as a result of Parental Alienation Syndrome - when one parent turns a child against the other parent.
The parental alienation in this case reflects an intent by Catherine to destroy the relationship between Taylor and Larry; it is shocking conduct.
The core of the volume sets out 20 reasons why parental alienation should be a diagnosis.
FNF is raising awareness of parental alienation and will be part of a world record attempt for blowing bubbles at the Racecourse tomorrow.

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