Induced parent-child alienation

by admin on December 6, 2009

Induced parent-child alienation is another term for parental alienation.  Note that whether parental alienation is technically a “syndrome” or not, the results are the same and the damage to the alienated children is severe.

Gardner states: “Most often mothers are the initiators of such programming and fathers are the victims of the campain of deprecation. Less often it is the father who is the victimizing parent. Furthermore we are not dealing here with simple ‘brainwashing’ by one parent against the other.”

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