I Was The Victim Of Parental Alienation, And This Is What It’s Like

Looking For The Light

The most damaging story was my father raped her, she had to marry him. One day my father and I had a big fight, in anger I blurted out what she said. The truth was on his devastated face. My father was a bastard but he went to his grave without saying one negative word about my mother. 

It’s sad when a parent focuses on turning a child against the other, not thinking about what the child needs. One of the hardest times in a child’s life and all the energy is faulting the other parent, sad.  M

Clint Edwards


Parental alienation is a hot topic right now, particularly among separated or divorced parents, but there are a lot of misconceptions of what it actually is.

In fact, if you ask Christine Hammond, MS, LMHC, she says, “There is hardly a day that doesn’t go by in my counseling…

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