PAS — Parental Alienation is a serious problem that damages children and the targeted parent for life. It’s sad when parents’ hatred and vengeance toward a spouse is greater than their love for their children. Children are easily brainwashed even against a loving, good parent, often just due to the custodial parent’s false or exaggerated complaints of victimization. Most family courts today punish an alienating parent. A few decades ago, they ignored the problem.
Don’t stop trying to contact your children, despite the continual pain of rejection. They may be told you don’t love them anymore. They’re confused and need you. Their love for you will always be there even if if it’s buried.
- Ask to see child in writing
- Keep a journal.
- Seek counseling and support in organizations such as International Support Network of Alienated Families
- Find an experienced family law specialist
- Remain persistent