"Parental Alienation is about parents who place their own selfish needs above those of their defenseless children and in doing so, they deny them their right to love and be loved by both parents.”    Dr. Reena Sommer

  "Most Alienating Parent’s have issues that control the way they interact with others. In some cases of alienation there are factors that from their childhood. One example may be of some form of abandonment they felt when they were a child and during the separation/divorce process these issue arise again.  This is one reasoning that “act out” with the children. In their mind frame they won’t let the child go as a form of punishment or because of fear that they will also lose the child in another abandonment issue.

While most other AP’S have NPI (Narcissistic Personality Disorder) these AP’s with this profile tend to be selfish and have no remorse for what they are doing to the children or the targeted parent. They cut off anyone who will get in the way of their mission.  I found this article last week and thing it is a valuable asset in knowing the type of person you are up against.  In most cases you already know the personality of your ex but for some this will be a new set of information to help in your battle of parental alienation."


 This is an excerpt from Parental Alienation Hurts @ parentalalienationhurts.com

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Below is video uploaded to YouTube by Tim Line an alienated father

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