Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Absence of Guilt- J Michael Bone, PhD

Watch this short video to hear of a very sad but very true phenomenon that can happen with Parental Alienation and Parental Alienation Syndrome.

I've seen this happen personally in a situation with people very, very dear to me and I've seen it in my professional life as a post-judgment custody mediator and psychotherapist.

It is this type of extreme we'd like to help parents avoid by learning from your stories-- the good, the bad and the otherwise. If you would answer a few questions from the perspective of a parent who has divorced or if you were a child of divorce, please drop us a line at noalienation@gmail.com and put DIVORCE in the subject area.

Keep. Kids. First.

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