Coronavirus and Parental Alienation
How COVID-19 applies to Parental Alienation
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) and recession have created uncertainty in all of our lives. It seems like things change every hour and no have a clue about what to expect next. So how does this apply to Parental Alienation. Just this past week, I have spoken to three people whose ex-spouse have their child in another country for their scheduled one- or two-week holiday that has now extended beyond two months. All three were in the early stages of Parental Alienation before the child left with the alienator. I don’t have to tell you how badly things have gone for all three targeted parents. Two of them have children five or under who have not only rejected the targeted parent, they don’t remember them. It’s a horrible situation.
I share this with you because Parental Alienation does not end because the world is under attack by an unknown virus or the stock market drops. In fact, Parental Alienation can actually ramp up because the alienator knows your mind may be dominated by the pandemic. This is why you need to stay on track in combatting Parental Alienation.
My online four-week class beginning April 1st held on Wednesday nights from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. EST will address every aspect of Parental Alienation such as why it occurs, how to recognize and ways to diffuse or stop it. The classes with be boosted with podcasts, short videos and pdf check-off lists that enhance the subject matter we cover in class. You will also be invited to join a closed Facebook Group with other people in the class. Additionally, you will receive my monthly newsletter for twelve months – on topics regarding Parental Alienation. This a great deal and it keeps us in line with our new normal – social distancing as we come together via Zoom.
Sign up today. Your child has a right to love both parents!!!