The Obsessed Alienator
“I love my children. If the court can’t protect them from their abusive father, I will.
Even though he’s never abused the children, I know it’s a matter of time. The
children are frightened of their father. If they don’t want to see him, I’m not
going to force them. They are old enough to make up their own minds.”
The obsessed alienator is a parent, or sometimes a grandparent, with a cause: to align the children to his or her side and together, with the children, campaign to destroy their relationship with the targeted parent. For the campaign to work, the obsessed
alienator enmeshes the children’s personalities and beliefs into their own.
This is a process that takes time but one that the children, especially the
young, are completely helpless to see and combat. It usually begins well before
the divorce is final. The obsessed parent is angry, bitter or…
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