Health update

Due to the continue bad health of Jeremy, the admin team and his care team, will continue to manage his wordpress, Fb page in memory of Madison and his personal Facebook.

He needs to concentrate on his recovery and spending this time with his young family.

For any personal queries contact the FB page or the WordPress site directly. Do not contact his wife and children directly respect them at this time

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Self-reflection šŸ’ŖšŸ™

ā¤ļøChelleā€™s Worldā¤ļø

Have you guys been having time where you have no idea but to sit and really think about life and come to realizations about yourself and the situations that you are allowing? You may not even realize what has been going on. But sometimes, if you really take the time to pay attention to someone you love, well usually they give you either a good or bad vibe n actions speak so loud. Where do you rank in this personā€™s life? Do you really feel that you are loved, or is it just comfortable? Is the spark still there? Do you take people for granted? Let me be the first to say that you should never take one second for granted, you never know what is going to happen in your life or the other personā€™s. When is the last time you have asked their 5 year goals? Can theyā€¦

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Inspirational Song For Today: Lord, I Need You by Lauren Daigle

The Abuse Expose' with Secret Angel

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With the events surrounding us these days, we realize how much we need the Lord!!

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The Narcissistā€™s Flying Monkeys

Parental Alienation

ā€˜The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.ā€™ ā€“ Edmund Burke Isnā€™t it enough that victimsĀ have to deal with the hurt and frustration caused merely by loving a narcissist? Ā To add insult to injury, narcissists in their lives have their own personal minions, appropriatelyĀ labeledĀ as ā€˜flying monkeys,ā€™ who side with them and join their ā€˜teamā€™ and set out to participate in their damaging agenda to destroy the targetsā€™Ā lives. Flying monkeys are the narcissistā€™s enablers. They come in all shapes and sizes. They may be friends, family members, pastors, and counselors. In reality, I donā€™t thinkĀ the flying monkeys realize what they are doing. I trust that these people actually believe in the righteousness and the ā€™causeā€™ of the narcissist. Hereā€™s a perfect example of what Iā€™m talking about: There is a couple I know who sought pastoral counseling from their local church. Ā The pastorā€¦

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Social distancing and child psychological abuse by alienation are NOT the same thing!

Parental Alienation

Alienation and Child Psychological Abuse will ā€˜Mutateā€™-So YOU will Have to Adapt!

Already, we know that cooperation and collaboration will be the only way to address a potential existential threat such as COVID-19. The era of self-interested individuality may be over.

Or not-because not everyone may think the same way. We expect that child psychological abuse by alienation may take on different forms and exploit the context of social distancing. Social (or more correctly spatial distancing) is both necessary to keep children safe but also provides a ready means of withholding contact for ā€˜health and safetyā€™ reasons.

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Diagnosis of Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Diagnosis of Parental Alienation

Letā€™s start with why therapists and evaluators often miss alienation.

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Targeted parents may present as anxious, depressed, and angry.Ā  At the same time, beneath these desperate situational reactions generally lies psychological health.

Alienating parents, by contrast, generally often calm, cool, and charming and therefore look more attractive. They lie convincingly.Ā Alienator and child appear credible by telling similar stories.

Yet beneath the alienatorā€™s smooth exterior lie one or more Cluster-B character disorders: (1) borderline emotional hyperreactivity, splitting, etc.Ā (2)Ā narcissisticĀ ignoring of the childā€™s needs in favor of using the child as their foot soldier against the targeted parentĀ (3) antisocialĀ lyingĀ and harming others withoutĀ guilt. Parents without character disorders rarely, if ever, alienate.

What hypotheses need to be generated and evaluated in potential alienation cases?

Explore the following two possible causes of the childā€™s negative view of one parent.Ā  Note that more than oneā€¦

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PASG Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

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FAQ ā€“ How do you know it is parental alienation?

The Five-Factor Model helps to distinguish parental alienation and parental estrangement.

FAQ ā€“ How does an alienated child behave?

There are 8 common behavioral symptoms of parental alienation.

FAQ ā€“ Is an alienated child mentally kidnapped?

Yes, the alienated child is mentally kidnapped and brainwashed.

FAQ ā€“ Is parental alienation child abuse?

Yes, mental health and legal authorities everywhere consider causing severe parental alienation to be a form of child psychological abuse.

FAQ ā€“ What about ā€œlisten to the childā€?

Severely alienated children do not give reliable explanations of their feelings and opinions.

FAQ ā€“ What about DSM-5 and parental alienation?

The concept of parental alienation is in DSM-5, but not the actual words.

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Psychological Tests That are Helpful in Identifying and Diagnosing Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Psychological Tests That are Helpful in
Identifying and Diagnosing Parental Alienation
William Bernet, M.D. ā€” February 2020
Researchers have published peer-reviewed articles regarding several psychological tests that relate in some way to the identification of parental alienation (PA). Some of the tests or questionnaires involve parents; some are administered to children who are being evaluated for the possibility of PA. These tests are not intended to be used in isolation to identify or diagnose PA. They are intended to be part of a comprehensive evaluation of the family, which includes:
interviews of the family members: information from collateral sources: reviewing therapy, medical, and legal records; and psychological testing. Here is a list of tests that may be consideredā€”in roughly chronological order based on the time they became relevant for the assessment of PA.

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Parental Alienation

In cases where children are showing unhealthy levels of alignment or enmeshment with one parent, or rejection of the other parent, the practice of vetting the independence of childrenā€™s views and preferences is again without consistent
standards and training. Childrenā€™s counsel may not have a robust and up-to-date understanding of the extent of childrenā€™s suggestibility and risk of manipulation in the course of a contested custody dispute.

In more extreme cases of family dysfunction, issues arise as to whether counsel can actually assess whether the child has sufficient capacity to instruct counsel on issues involving the childā€™s parents. A child can be competent in many domains but
not competent to give independent instructions to counsel on issues involving the parentsā€™ litigation.
A childā€™s strong preference for one parent may actually be a function of an unhealthy
enmeshment or parentification (role-reversal) relationship, rather than a healthy relationship.

Psychologists and psychiatrists wouldā€¦

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Domestic Violence (DV) by Proxy

Parental Alienation

In reality, what these women are describing from their ex-partners is better termedĀ Domestic Violence by ProxyĀ (DV by Proxy), a term first used by Alina Patterson, author ofĀ Health and Healing. DV by Proxy refers to a pattern of behavior which is a parent with a history of using domestic violence or intimidation, uses a child as a substitute when he no longer has access to his former partner. Calling this behavior ā€œparental alienationā€ is not strong enough to convey the criminal pattern of terroristic behaviors employed by batterers.

When his victim leaves him, batterers often recognize that the most expedient way to continue to hurt his partner is to assert his legal rights to control her access to their children. By gaining control of the children, an abusive male now has a powerful tool which allows him to continue to stalk, harass and batter an ex-partner evenā€¦

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Clinical Intervention in CSA

Parental Alienation

Victims typically do not disclose their abuse out of embarrassment along with fear that they will not be believed or will be blamed for what happened to them. In addition, perpetrators usually demand secrecy and often control their victims through the use of bribes or threats (Paine & Hanson, 2002). Victims have been found to accommodate the abuse psychologically by using coping mechanisms such as denial, minimization, and dissociation regarding the abuse itself or its damaging effects (Coons, Bowman, Pellow, & Schneider, 1989; Summit, 1983).

Studies have consistently demonstrated that CSA is associated with a broad range of behavioral, psychological and physical problems that persist into adulthood. Psychological sequelae include anxiety, depression, PTSD, self-destructive behavior, dissociation, substance abuse, sexual maladjustment, and a tendency towards revictimization in subsequent relationships (Browne, & Finkelhor, 1986; Roesler & McKenzie, 1994).

Because CSA is an experience rather than a disorder, it is difficultā€¦

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