Parental Alienation: Insight & Tips from Judge Michele Lowrance

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Summary: In her article “Parental Alienation – A Corrosive Legacy”, Judge Lowrance shares her insight on what parental alienation is, the damage it causes and what can be done to legally protect yourself (and your children).

“Parental Alienation – A Corrosive Legacy” includes tips for Judges on to recognize parental alienation. Judge Lowrance offers tips for parents on what you can do about parental alienation in the courts, and how to cope with the difficult emotions and reactions caused by parental alienation.

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What Is Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation is a form of severe emotional and psychological abuse inflicted on children, it often contributes to physical abuse–even murder. 

According to Judge Lowrance, when one parent declares war against another, the damage and trauma inflicted not only affect the child involved but can contaminate a family for generations. This is especially devastating when one parent resorts to alienation in that war, using a…

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The Last Word

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There is nothing more self satisfying to a Sociopath than having The Last Word. Nothing screams ‘win’ more to them as long as they know you heard more delusions out of their mouths, and took the bait hook they sent your way.

It’s so easy to want to retaliate, even defend their word, deny their untrue allegations and so on. A Sociopath will throw verbal tantrums, use emotional manipulation, and use their self-centeredness in the guise of victim!! As we know, the Narcissist Sociopath is always the victim {insert sarcasm} 🙂  As long as you bite their hook baited with The Last Word, they will never,ever, ever stop. Ever! I have written about no contact  and realize there are times you truly do need contact with the Sociopath. even in the worst of situations. With that no contact, boundaries have to be in place for it to work.

How many…

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Protesting the Prime Minister David Cameron about family law. Cornwall 25/08/14

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Campaigner Bobby Smith of London and Hertfordshire Parents Protesting has been protesting in Cornwall this afternoon. He is demanding access to his young children and complaining about alleged unfair treatment by family courts.

Two protesters have been camped outside the Prime Minister’s Cornish holiday home since Saturday to demand reform of family courts.Daymar Beach 2

Bobby was briefly arrested last night for using a megaphone to call on David Cameron to come outside and talk to him. Mr Cameron did briefly step outside and exchanged a few words with Mr Smith before returning to his holiday home, near Daymer Bay

He said ‘So I just had an actual argument with David Cameron and he stormed off after I started shouting about family courts because he was fobbing me off again. Strange how quick he came out once we got the seats out and started eating fish and chips, 20 minutes lol. “You’re ruining my…

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10 Lessons learned from Parental Alientation

Parental Alienation

1. Dont marry a lair, thief and a cheat!! I was very young only 18 very naive and stupidly mistook love for pure narcissism.

2. Do not ever allow a residence order if you have married a narcissistic type of personality. If they have lied and cheated on you within the marriage or relationship they are not going to be FAIR when it comes to the children. They will use and abuse. Remember a narcissist is only interested in themselves.

3. Get yourself and your children away from the environment asap it is an extremely unhealthy situation for children of any age. I did not, I was trying very hard to keep the family together and exposed them to the horrors of Divorce Poison.

4. If you find yourself without your children, once you get over the initial shock, put all that energy and anger into something positive

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30 Red Flags of Manipulative People/ Psychopath Free

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https://www.psychopathfree.com/content.php?212-30-Red-Flags

From the book: http://book.psychopathfree.com

There are a lot of phenomenal studies on the traits and characteristics of psychopaths. For professional research, check out Cleckley’s criteria or Hare’s psychopathy checklist. A quick Google search ought to do the trick. The red flags in this book are intended to supplement those resources.

So what’s different about this list? Well, for one, it’s specifically about relationships. But it’s also about you. Each point requires introspection and self-awareness. Because if you want to spot toxic people, you cannot focus entirely on their behavior—that’s only half the battle. You must also come to recognize the looming red flags in your own heart. Then, you will be ready for anything.

1. You feel on-edge around this person, but you still want them to like you. You find yourself writing off most of their questionable behavior as accidental or insensitive, because you’re in constant competition with…

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The Parenting of Men Who Batter / Lundy Bancroft / Court Review

Great article , a day in my life with Jayne McClure and the abuse me and our boys had and still have to suffer but Cafcass feels she is the victim ….great legal system in the UK !

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Lundy Bancroft Court Review – Summer 2002

It’s Saturday morning in the Franklin home.* Breakfast is rushed
because Marty, who is 12 years old, and his sister Rhonda, 9,
have early soccer games. Their mother, Donna, is scurrying
around while her husband, Troy, eats and reads the morning paper.
Marty grumbles to his mother, “Ma, hurry up! I told you last week,
the coach picks the starting players 20 minutes before game time.”
His mother snaps back, “If you had washed your uniform last
night like I asked you to, we wouldn’t be in such a hurry.” Rhonda
pipes in, “I did mine.”
Marty shoots his sister a dirty look and says, “Oh, I guess I just
can’t compete with goody two-shoes here. Hey, maybe my soccer
suit is dirty, but at least I don’t get the Bitch of the Year Award.”
Donna reacts sternly, saying, “Don’t talk that way…

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