Coming in 2020
There is no better way to hurt a former spouse or partner, after a divorce or break up than to take their child from them.
Warring partners who fight over houses, cars, bank accounts, boats, and vacation homes are something that divorce attorneys encounter every day. These wars can be bitter and cause seemingly normal people to reveal the most outrageous part of their personalities; parts that no one (including themselves) ever knew existed.
At some point, the time and money spent to litigate are no longer worth it to one or both partners, especially when they meet new love interests. Most divorce attorneys know how to cut through the nastiness between the two parties, divide up the assets, pay off the debts, develop a child custody and visitation arrangement if there are children.
Parental Alienation is a completely different part of the divorce war. The worst event in a parent’s life, other than the death of their child, is to have that child unjustly taken from them via parental alienation. Parental alienation is not just about one parent taking a child away from the other child’s parent. It is about the child being used as part of the alienation process.
As someone who struggled with Parental Alienation, I know how devastating and exhausting it can be. Fortunately, I was able to successfully overcome it.
In this guidebook, I cover:
- How to detect Parental Alienation.
- Recognizing why it happens.
- Understanding your emotions.
- Ways to successfully communicate with your ex.
- Methods to maintain a relationship with your child(ren) before Parental Alienation can take place.
- Connecting with already alienated children.
- And more importantly, how to take care of yourself during this particularly arduous time in your life.