”That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet.”
William Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet
The term parental alienation is increasingly coming to public consciousness, which can only be a good thing in my view. Because when the rejection by a child of one of their parents after family separation is more widely and fully understood, the intolerance for this in society will increase the pressure for change.
The label parental alienation is often argued about. It’s validity as a concept is the number one argument heading my way when legal professionals are aiming to discredit my evidence in court for example. In some quarters, there is a great hullaballoo going on about parental alienation being some sort of diversion from the truth of what is really going on families where a child rejects a parent. In others there are conspiracy theories about people who…
View original post 2,212 more words