In a non-divorced situation children are not alienated from a parent…

by admin on May 23, 2010

In a non-divorced situation children are not alienated from a parent without physical abuse. Even with physical abuse, it rarely happens.  When it happens in a situation involving divorce without physical abuse, the cause is the other, alienating, parent.  There is no question about the cause. There are naive judges and experts in the United States who are too busy to study the cases, but the fact remains that the primary cause for children to be alienated from one parent is the behavior of the other parent.

Passive-agressive techniques by the alienator can play well in front of naive judges and naive experts.  The result is the same, the children are grievously injured by the alienating parent and the Courts are the only remedy to resolve the problem.


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