Parental alienation … what becomes of the broken-hearted?

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  1. Jon says:

    Jon 13 months of tears, pain and emptiness. Love you son

  2. kurtis says:

    2 years my Boy. 6years my Girl.Clinically depressed.life has stopped.When will ailianation be recognised for the abuse and torture it is.50/50 parenting is the only answer any civilized person could think was best for a child.We need to get to the politicians why their trying to get elected

  3. Paul says:

    Just shy of two years. Two years of hell.

  4. Bon Pete says:

    I’m vet. She took him away breaking school mid-session at 9 yrs of age..now he’s about 18 yrs. never seen except on FB picture. A gifted child, so Din’t distract his studies by dragging him into court hassles. looks like brainwashed. Wish him to be happy and good future. Have been paying child support and alimony all along as per court order.

  5. Allana Carvell says:

    Nearly 18 years haven’t seen my son and 14 years my daughter all because I reported domestic violence violence to the police , social services took them on the risk of Future Emotional harm. A mystic meg prediction they use often . I went on to have three more children I was allowed to keep by fleeing to another country and winning my case there 🙂

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  8. Dave says:

    9 months for 2 of mine, just lost the 3rd one yesterday after 8 visits in 4 months – pressure from her mum and siblings to reject me was too stressful (actually admitted it) and she decided the only way forward was to adopt the doctrine of the cult.

  9. Adam says:

    After countless Family Hearings I have managed 14 days in the year 2017! No reasons given. I was a devoted and loving father for 5 years. Now a whole series of utterly false allegations = This…. Parental Alienation. How does any decent human being cope with being exposed to this evil?

  10. Madeleine says:

    Madeleine. 2.5yrs absolute hell

  11. Danielle says:

    7 yrs they have been gone…3 no contact and in april 2017 judge suspended my visitation rather than enforce it.

  12. Its like you read my mind! You seem to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a little bit, but instead of that, this is great blog. A great read. I will definitely be back.

  13. graham says:

    Graham.lies,falsehoods.neglect of children’s rights.neglect by children services,neglect of basic human rights,blackmail.child abuse sanctioned by the family courts.arse covering.twisting.child constantly asking to see his parents.ABUSED by a totally inadequate family court system.THE FIGHT GOES ON,NEVER GIVE UP.

  14. Kevin says:

    Went through Court arena for 9 years plus with some contact but lots of unfounded accusations and not only about me but family. Eventually things concluded and now not seen or spoke to for 2 years. Post box contact but no acknowlegement of letters, cards or gifts so not sure if passed on by family members or not.

  15. Leanne says:

    I am part of this group with my dad I too went through parental alienation and pls take it from me I will be the voice of all ur children and I will stand and speak out to educate people on how it effects there children and there whole lives please do not give up there is hope I waited 11 yrs and I found my dad not all children believe in and they hold on to the thought and the curiosity of there father they end up asking themselves what did I do wrong why doesn’t my dad love me etc them questions burn inside so they eventually come looking for answers so either way they will come looking for u xx

  16. Michael says:

    Alienated from two daughters aged 21 and 23 for 3 years now. Thankfully my ex couldn’t alienate me from my eldest and two youngest. The saddest part is that my sister has helped my ex achieve this and both my alienated children are living sad lives as a result.

  17. clair says:

    Death. You know every one will succumb to finality of life eventually. And yet, when death knocks on the door of someone you love, the pain hits. The indescribable pain shocks you to the core. Even though we know it will happen, nothing can really prepare you for it.

    Loosing a child, this is pain beyond pain. Nothing can prepare a parent for this. It is not expected. It should not be expected.

    Death it is so final. A child would not choose to die. A child would not choose to leave a bereft parent. That, may be, an incomprehensible consolation.

    So, what about separation? Being separated from your child. How can you prepare for this? Having your child taken by the only other person you once trusted to love your child as much as you. Having your child choose another family over you. Can you prepare yourself for this?
    Like death, the threat of legal action was inevitable. I knew it would happen. I predicted it. I waited. I knew. I was weak when it first happened. I couldn’t fight.
    So when it happened again, I should have been better prepared. I was not. The pain was just as immeasurable, the shock still numbingly painful, incapacitating to the very core.

    Hearing the children talk with such contempt to me is comparable to free falling without the ‘comfort’ of hitting the ground. Someone has pressed the pause button on my life, I am incapable of moving forward. The fear is indescribable.

    I am not that naive to believe that people don’t judge me, despite their protestations. ‘There is no smoke without fire’ I am still looking for the fire near me. There is no reason for this to happen. I am a loving mum, who is devoted to both her children. Yet, they have both chosen to leave me.

    I want to wrap them up and never let go. I’m terrified that if I hug them, I won’t be able to tear myself away. I want to protect them from the influences that are persuading to leave me. If I do, I will be competing, I will be influencing. If I tell them how much love them, I am manipulating.
    I thought I could be strong & be the lioness protecting her cubs.
    In the end I just need to accept that they don’t want protecting. They don’t want me. I’m surplus to their requirements.
    No parent ever wins this fight. They may get the children but at what cost? The emotional cost to the children will be immense.
    So now, I will just accept that no one wins in this fight and save as much pain as possible. How much does a lioness love her cubs – Enough to know what’s best for them & not me.
    Enough to be there for them whenever they want me.
    Enough to be able to ignore judgements made by people who haven’t had the mis fortune to be in this position.

  18. Rob says:

    Two daughters, one year

  19. Courtney says:

    2 years, I’m not allowed to see or even talk to her. I have a short story written out about what happened.

  20. Jack says:

    Alienation started right at 3 years ago. I haven’t seen my kids in almost month now because it just kept growing and growing. Laws and courts and government should be ashamed in the way they are allowing children to be hurt. I am doing all I can do to function on a day to day basis. I just don’t understand how a parent could do things like this to their kids. Anyway, very discouraging and just hope my babies turn out for ok on the backend of this.

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