WHAT IS EMDR?

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EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences.  Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference. It is widely assumed that severe emotional pain requires a long time to heal.  EMDR therapy shows that the mind can in fact heal from psychological trauma much as the body recovers from physical trauma.  When you cut your hand, your body works to close the wound.  If a foreign object or repeated injury irritates the wound, it festers and causes pain.  Once the block is removed, healing resumes.  EMDR therapy demonstrates that a similar sequence of events occurs with mental processes.  The brain’s information processing system naturally moves toward mental health.  If the system is blocked or imbalanced…

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Don’t have time for haters

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(PDF) Statement of the Global Action Research Integrity in Parental Alienation

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The various violations of research integrity such as major plagiarism, deformation, mutilation and modification of the original manuscripts, have generated a series of sophisms regarding parental alienation that have negatively impacted on multiple levels.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344210817_Statement_of_the_Global_Action_Research_Integrity_in_Parental_Alienation?channel=doi&linkId=5f67fcf092851c14bc8bc6f0&showFulltext=true

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Damaged Adult Alienated Children

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Questions

What do you do when your adult alienated child is so badly affected by the trauma of many years of Parental Alienation?

When they have become a replica of the Alienator?

When they are so full of hate, and toxicity runs through their veins.

How do you help a severely Alienated Adult Child?

Answers

YOU DON’T – YOU CAN’T – YOU HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL THEY ARE READY TO SEEK HELP!

You will end up emotionally and financially drained and exhausted trying to get them to change.

They will not recognize they have a problem until disaster strikes.

They have been living this way for many years, imitating their Alienating Parent.

This is normal behavior to them.

Damaged but repairable when they are ready to seek help.

You have to learn to accept what you cannot change, you cannot change the Parental Alienators behavior, so why do you think…

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Life’s all about who you meet on the way!

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Failure is an option

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Therapists may need to learn how to be more explicit about endings from the start. “In my beginning is my end” may be the mantra to be adopted, with a focus on self-management from the start and an emphasis on endings. One could imagine conversations at the early stage of an intervention along the lines of “My job is to try and help as much as I can, but the focus is really on you finding ways to draw on your own strengths to manage your own life and finding a balance that is right for you.” Or “Given the difficulties you are experiencing and your context, you have a x% chance of being completely better (or completely meeting your goals) and a y% chance of being much improved (or partially meeting your goals.” Or “I would expect x change on measure y by z date. It is important to…

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Why not to seek revenge on a Parental Alienator

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Dont bother wasting your time and energy seeking revenge or trying to get even with the Parental Alienator in your life.

Why?

Because they don’t have any empathy, they don’t feel pain, so you cannot even scratch the surface when it comes to revenge.

If they felt any empathy or pain they would not have alienated your child(ren) in the first place. They would feel sadness for their own child, they would feel your hurt. But no, sadly because they are grown wounded children they don’t feel anything.

Just sit back and wait for them to destroy themselves, because eventually this is what happens. They attract similar personality types and turn everyone around them toxic.

People with empathy walk away to save their sanity.

This is what eventually happens to the Parental Alienator.

Linda – Always by your side

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Psychological “wounds”

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If young children dont get their developmental needs met, they automatically survive by forming a split personality. This causes several interrelated psychological “wounds”

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Evolving values

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Personality means “the evolving values, beliefs, traits, reflexes, talents, and limitations that make every person unique.”

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“Dissociative Identity Disorder” (DID) by the American Psychiatric Association

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Research repeatedly finds that typical highly-dissociated (“fragmented”) people were subjected to extreme neglect, abuse, abandonment, or other trauma as young children. Their nurturance deprivations were profound. The great majority of us don’t have anywhere close to this degree of personality splitting – and do have some.

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