It would appear that society remains either ignorant or hostile to the plight of men, incuding fathers. But as parental alienation, the contrived rejection of one biological parent by the children, as a result of the negative influence of the other (usually resident) parent, grows to impact more mothers, will it be treated with the seriousness it should be?
Well two developments in the last week may hold out some hope.
Firstly, the good news is that the WHO or World Health Organisation now recognises parental alienation and this must mean that agencies like CAFCASS will have to up the pace of their long debated reforms.
The second incident, however, was yet another targic case in which another resident parent (in this case a mother) and her partner (not the bioogical parent) killed and injured six children in their care in one night.
I won’t share morbid details here but…
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