Parental Alienation 101
Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is the practice of one parent, or grandparent or guardian etc., alienating children’s affections from the other parent.
It is an insidious, viciously detrimental, abusive practice perpetuated on children in the guise of love.
Children learn this behavior and pass it along to their children.
The alienated parent often times has no recourse and loses the children, sometimes forever.
This topic will delve into the practice of parental alienation syndrome, some tips on how to deal with it, some resources on where to go for help, and where to find support.
You are not alone.