Learning the ways to reversing parental alienation means you have to know what parental alienation syndrome actually is
Parental alienation syndrome, also known as malicious mother syndrome, is a sadistic move by a Narcissist to exclude the other parent from their children’s lives.
It is a cold, delusional, and spiteful revenge plot that is planned out maliciously throughout the children’s life.
The Men’s Centre gives the following definition for parental alienation:
Signs to watch for when reversing parental alienation
The signs of this terrible act can be subtle, and it only becomes harder as time goes on to protect yourself from being alienated.
I learned the wrong ways by lighting an unforgiving fire of narcissistic rage in court, hopefully, you won’t have to.
With that being said, there are common signs you are a victim of parental alienation syndrome.
This is a tiny list of the many symptoms that can occur in the lonely alienation world.
Parental alienation is abuse
The pain of watching their children become distant, even cruel, and the uncertainty of not knowing if and when their children will come back to them. These parents are on a painful journey with an uncertain outcome. Surviving Parental Alienation fills the tremendous need for concrete help for these parents.
Nonetheless, I have prepared an infographic for 6 of the best ways that I have used personally, and successfully fought against child manipulation
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