And what if they have been alienating themselves from their children yet telling their new partner and parents that the mother has been denying them? What is they are so twisted in their victimhood even though they are the perpetrators? What if they never take responsibility for their own life and let everyone do the hard work for them? Like getting g their girlfriend to draft emails to make it look like they want to be a father again? I can’t make this stuff up. What if they are telling folk that they have been speaking to their child yet it is the child that had been contacting them via online messages? He says he’ll do things yet never does them. He was like that through most of our 20 years together…. I carried him and didn’t know it as he was always full of excuses and plausible reasons yet he takes my money, cheats on me, paints me to be a control freak. I had to control things like bank accounts, bills, children, cause he didn’t. He cooked and baby’s at and gave me sex now and again to keep me quiet. I now see her was hollow. He walked away from his children yet promised to put them first when we initially split. He lies to friends and family so easily. It is second nature. It is eye opening Reading your blog – just the gender has changed but with a more twisted slant. Thank you.
Are you and your ex going through a difficult divorce or break up? Do you worry that she or he is turning your child(ren) against you? Are you shocked and confused by how your once warm and affectionate relationship with your kid(s) has become distant and hostile?
Parental alienation is no joke. It’s a form of child abuse. The custodial parent is usually the mother and it’s typically the custodial parent who engages in parental alienation. However, there are men who also engage in parental alienation.
Original research found women to be the perpetrators of this abusive behavior in 90% of reported cases. Recent research indicates both genders equally engage in parental alienation. It’s difficult to know the exact figures because of under-reporting, false accusations and the positive bias toward mothers that’s rampant in most family courts.
Profile of Parental Alienation
Individuals who engage in parental alienation are like
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