The question is not how outrageous alienating behavior is, but how effective the alienating conduct is.

by admin on June 17, 2013

The question is not how outrageous alienating behavior is, but how effective the alienating conduct is.  Often the most outrageous alienating conduct is not the most effective in alienating children from one parent.

The uninformed and uneducated on the topic will of course deny this.  As will the people who either are happy to keep the status quo and ignore that fact that one parent can damage the relationship, or those who are in the pay or thrall of the status quo who wish to encourage litigation.  Alienating conduct has been around for at least 100 years, and probably more.  Alienation has been around as long.  Alienating conduct, whether a “syndrome” or not is child abuse plain and simple.

There are many people who for many reasons go out of their way to protect parents who are hurting their children by damaging the relationship between one parent and the children.  This behavior says much about the character, morals,  intelligence, and motivations of those who are often so-called professionals.

This can take many forms: from avoiding investigating claims to putting up roadblocks and refusing to look into any allegations.

In fact, these “professionals” are supporting child abuse.  We have seen attorney’s do it, counsellors, and court appointed parental coordinators.

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