Parental Alienation Should Be A Hate Crime!
One of the most myopic, insidious, and destructive assaults that can occur against the critical role of either parent, whether or not in a joint parenting agreement. To undermine the love, affection, companionship and authority of the other parent is unconscionable…given the gravity of such sadistic sociopathic behavior, it is a crime much like parental abduction. The continuation of hatred after separation that rises to the level of any form of alienation should subject the offending party to a criminal charge and serious repercussions against future parenting role.
PAS Hurts Every One, Children, Parent, Relatives, and Society – Fathers Rights
Parental alienation often begins in the marriage before there is ever a separation. It can take the form of ridicule, humiliation, daily rejection of a parent, etc.,i.e., one or sometimes both parents engage in outbreaks of hostility in the home that subtly teach children to learn the game, to take sides, even to participate in every aspect of this devastating behavior on one side of the struggle or the other.
But It Takes An Early Understanding of The Issues, Exercise of Considerable Self Control, and A Refusal To Engage In Further Conflict!
When a father becomes aware of any aspect of this kind of early pre-divorce behavior, it is time for serious self assessment, a personal behavior adjustment as needed, a call for total withdrawal from the behavior by both parties, careful documentation (quietly see your attorney on how best to handle the documentation strategy and even a strategy for how to select an appropriate counselor and how to deal with him or her.)
How a father conducts himself a from this stage forward can make or break how divorce issues are eventually resolved … and that bears some critical thinking. Child visitation, child custody, joint custody child support, and co-parenting are all at stake!
Whatever you do, get yourself your own personal copy of Dads Can Win, love your children, and get serious about preventing or stopping parental alienation.