Parental Alienation


Have spent almost one year now creating and posting on this site.

I have tried phoning, texting, emailing and  contacting through social media my son, daughter, and grandson with no response!!!!!!

So  I am going public in a popular Sunday magazine quite soon, then it stops.


I am very lucky to have a supportive loving family who do want to share their lives, so now is the time to dedicate to them and stop wasting my time with those who are not interested!!!!


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Mind bending: Understanding the world of the alienated child

Karen Woodall

One of the most difficult tasks that we undertaken at the Family Separation Clinic is helping the rejected parent to understand how the alienated child experiences the world.  When a child has turned against you and has become angry and rejecting or fearful and phobic, it can be the most horrifying experience to witness and be on the receiving end of.  Some children will tell lies about a parent, others will take up arms against them and a significant group will be recruited in the most poisonous and pernicious of reactions, where they become the conduit for the other parent’s hatred. However children express their rejection and whether it has arrived suddenly and starkly or slowly but insidiously, not taking it personally is one of the first tasks a rejected parent must learn. Learn this fast and you can avoid some of the pitfalls that come with an alienation reaction…

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Fathers4Justice splinter group scales Westminster Abbey in Father’s Day protest

New Fathers 4 Justice - Superhero Dads

Two men from a Fathers4Justice splinter group have scaled Westminster Abbey in a Father’s Day protest.

The pair, named as Stevenage man Bobby Smith and James Dennis, of Gloucestershire, hung banners from scaffolding at the top of the iconic central London church.

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One read “parental alienation” and accused “the evil courts” of “child abuse”.

They were identified as belonging to New Fathers4Justice – which is not connected with the similarly-named fathers’ rights charity.

Another banner bore the words “give me back Elmo” – the name of the party Mr Smith formed to run against David Cameron in Witney last month.

The 33-year-old polled 37 votes to the Prime Minister’s 35,201, claiming Mr Cameron had “ignored” him for “the whole campaign”.

New Fathers4Justice said in a statement: “Father’s Day is an emotional time for fathers denied access to their children.”

Banners: Bobby Smith after climbing Westminster Abbey to hang signs…

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