Parental alienation … how long is it since you have seen your child?

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45 Responses

  1. Leanne says:

    3 beautiful children not seen for over 2 years. Heartbroken

  2. Mark says:

    19 Months. CAFCASS gender biased. NYAS gender biased. Local Authority fails to recognise Parental Alienation – I feel as though I have to [1] Train these “Professionals to do their jobs” & [2] Beg them to even look at the case. Legal Profession with PD3AA makes a fair hearing impossible. Parental Alienation is the biggest scandal happening legally in the Courts & make the Family Justice System unfit for purpose.

  3. Cathryn says:

    5 yrs today since the last time my stepson spoke face to face with me. Missed every day.

  4. franklin says:

    11 years, no communication allowed, mother and daughter in Philippines I would surely win a visitation case…

  5. red says:

    i hear my son every weekend saying to me that he hates me and doesnt want to see me parental alienation is a mental abuse

  6. Amy says:

    It’s been 2 years since I have physicaly seen my children. I will never be the same person.

  7. Amy says:

    It’s been 2 years …. I’ve changed. I will never be the same.

  8. Peter Martin says:

    20 months and counting… Not been to court or heard by anyone who could end the contact block.
    The court saw allegations and blocked me “temporarily” without notice, within 5 days. This is in Portugal.

  9. Alistair Nunn says:

    Eight years and counting thanks to gender biassed social workers and courts.

  10. Rene says:

    Hi, I did not see my children for 10 years after my ex married again. There appears to be some renewed interest in making a law concerning SHARED PARENTING. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is introducing this bill here in the US. I was told that Shared Parenting is mandatory in Canada. Missouri recently passed a shared parenting bill here in the US. The story about this is found on the STANDARD NEWS WIRE dot com site Senator Graham Introduces Parental Rights Amendment. I was able to see my children for a little while upon my daughters graduation. I have had more communication with my son than my daughter. But lately he has not been communicating with me. I continue in this because I want to see change for the better in this area of family law. I helped to make family law in the State of Michigan and set precedent family case law in the court of appeals that attorneys still use in false parental termination. We won our case and my parental rights were reinstated. Thanks for listening.

  11. Meri says:

    7 long years no contact at all.

  12. Steven Guajardo says:

    2 months but longer before that.

  13. Marc says:

    Around 9-10 months in total, ranging from weeks to months, lost access rights and causing me to constantly go back to court- my daughter only 2 and a half! Horrified, children only get One childhood through all their key-stages of development bring erased….

    Are they not our future?

  14. Mary says:

    Over 8 years since I have had a relationship with my twins a boy and girl

  15. Everitt Jameson says:

    8 months, 8 long and terrifying months. Waking up everyday wondering how much more i can take.

  16. Akash Dixit says:

    What is the point of writing all this so that the world can read and pity? Rather than being ashamed of itself for having this barbaric practice in this so called civilized world with perpetrators roaming freely?

  17. Darren says:

    Its been over a year since i had my boys come out with me and my daughter even longer. All i did was leave a bad relationship . Now the caf cass are concerned about the emotional well-being of the children but have ordered me to stop my attempts at direct contact until they decide.

  18. Stuart says:

    9 weeks and just had a @ from my ex’s lawyer saying that I won’t be getting them this week. I have a court order which they are trying to amend. Was supposed to spend 3 weeks with there dad this Friday. Waiting on my lawyer getting back to me with advice.
    Soul destroying.

  19. Guy says:

    Almost 6 years now

  20. Clair says:

    6 months. Despite court order to see them. Ex is claiming full maintenance from me. Child maintenance don’t care about a court order. I miss my children. My only choice is to take him back to court. It’s non stop; heartbreaking

  21. Meggan says:

    Meggan. 7 months. Her 16 bday is in 5 days. I have never spent a birthday with her.

  22. Denise says:

    41/2 years since proper contact.

  23. Erik says:

    10 years for me and my two daughters who are now 20 and 23.

  24. A.R. says:

    5 yrs since I last saw my daughter.I will never forget that day and all the days before and after as long as I live.

  25. Michael Cook says:

    8 years (now 20), and 5 years (now 13)

  26. May 8th, 2015 or about 27 months.

  27. Mark says:

    Mark. It’s over two years since I last saw my two daughters. I can no longer afford to waste time and money in court proving the ridiculous, evil, false allegations about me, CAFCASS realised the truth but do not help. Everyone knows it is alienation against me yet I can do nothing. I miss my daughters so much and now even my letters are not being passed on.

  28. Sharon says:

    13 months since I saw my son and 2 years of patchy contact

  29. Vashti says:

    4 years, 4 mths. Daughters, aged now 15 and 13

  30. Diane says:

    It has been 5 years since I saw my son

  31. Diane says:

    5 long years of parental alienation

  32. Geri says:

    I have not seen my only a child, a daughter, for 8 years now. The pain of this loss is unbearable at times.

  33. Karen says:

    Karen 7th September – not seen my daughter for 2 years –

  34. Karen says:

    Karen – not seen my daughter for 2 years

  35. karen says:

    Karen it’s been 2 years since I have seen my daughter

  36. Marcelo says:

    It’s been over 13 years.
    My daughter hates me.
    I won my case for removal of child support close to 2 years now and once I won my daughter decided to change her last name to my ex’s

  37. It’s been 9 long months since I’ve seen my daughter. As a result of this I will miss our daughters first birthday. The justice system is an absolute farce when it comes to Fathers!

  38. Elaine Jones says:

    Female 16 yr old and the other 17 yr old have ignored me…

  39. Rob says:

    2 daughters 13 months

  40. Jeremy says:

    8 years ago was the last time I heard my daughter’s say Daddy I love and miss you, our last hug we shared , the smiles on their precious faces brings tears of pain every day.. the worst pain imaginable is being treated like you dont exsit..

  41. Rebecca says:

    8 years. Daughter chose not to see any of us. She is 33 and has a 15 yr old daughter and a 8 yr old son.

  42. Luke says:

    6 years.

    Let’s be honest, no-one gives a sh*t about NRP’s and that isn’t going to change. The natural assumption in contact denial cases is that the NRP *must* have done something wrong, rather than an RP blocking contact to hurt the NRP is simply just too powerful a weapon not to try.

    Schools change children’s surnames without bothering to follow govt guidelines (seeking NRP approval), happily hide information about it from NRP’s, court orders get ignored by RP’s (as the only sanction that would stop it, is deemed, probably rightly, likely to harm the kids more), and social services, and police, will never see an NRP as anything but a monster.

    People will always do stuff to hurt others. That won’t change so that is why society creates laws to punish those who seek to cause harm. Unfortunately, in parental alientation, the law seems to be actively supporting it, at least turning a blind eye, and so it will remain a really powerful way to crush an ex-partner.

    Sure, it’s child abuse, and maybe in a generation or two it may eventually become a national scandal and be addressed, but for now, it is a living death for thousands of estranged parents. Don’t look for pity, as really, no-one cares, just find a way, any way you can to get through today, then repeat that process tomorrow.

  43. Jen says:

    since october 9 ,2015

  44. Wes says:

    4 years still fighting

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