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What Is Parental Alienation Syndrome?

Parental Alienation Syndrome is the brainwashing of the child by one parent which creates severe opposition from the child when it comes to having any contact with the other parent. This may include a visible hatred toward the other parent, though there is little and often no logical reason to explain the child's behavior.

Although every case of Parental Alienation Syndrome is unique and needs to be considered on its own merits, there is one common thread: The alienating parent will not stop trying to destroy the child’s relationship with the targeted parent.

*If you suspect that you are the victim of Parental Alienation Syndrome, you should immediately consult with professionals who are knowledgeable about this condition, including a child psychologist and a family law attorney.

The parent alienator puts his or her own selfish interests ahead of those of the children. In most divorces and child custody disputes, the courts will base their decisions on the best interests of the children. When parental alienation is involved and children are brainwashed due to tactics of the alienator, it can lead to an unjust result.

It is extremely important to work closely with your attorney to prepare an appropriate strategy. It is also crucial to maintain contact with your child and to not get discouraged.

Risk Factors Of Parental Alienation

During a separation or divorce, a number of factors can put you and your children at risk of parental alienation. Early recognition of these factors is important so you can intervene and protect your relationship with your children. Common signs include:

  • A parent interferes with phone calls
  • Children begin refusing to visit
  • Visits are withheld
  • A parent having a severe mental disorder
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Allegations of sexual, physical, and / or mental abuse
  • Allegations of sexual assault

Parental Alienation Syndrome may cause the children to experience radical changes in their behavior.

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