PARENTAL ALIENATION

   

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Is your child’s other parent trying to damage or destroy your relationship with your child?

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Parental Alienation is the commonly used term for the act of one parent damaging or destroying a child’s relationship with their other parent through alienating behaviors.  Parental alienation is a form of abuse that affects more than 22,000,000 parents in the US and many more around the world.  Parental alienation causes depression, anxiety, self-harm behaviors, substance abuse issues, suicides and murders;  making it a very urgent world health crisis.