Category: Parental Alienation

Vulnerable, Savage, Gritty, Dangerous, That’s Why – UPDATE

My oldest son needed to talk. A miracle this is, due to the effects of parental alienation. We met, and chatted for three hours and in the midst of our conversation he casually mentions that his dad asked him to clean out the garage. My post Vulnerable, Savage, Gritty, Dangerous, That’s Why was fresh, my emotions raw, and I practically begged him, “If anything in that garage is mine, please let me have it.”

A few days later a text stopped me in my tracks: “Mom, you have a lot of stuff here.”

Parental Alienation #3: How to Grieve the Living

Grieving the Living: The experience of an alienated parent. My two boys died, but they live down the street. They go to high school ten minutes away, but I’ve attended their funeral. Not because I wanted to but because I had to. The grief… Continue Reading “Parental Alienation #3: How to Grieve the Living”

The First Graduation

I sit here physically. I fight to stay here mentally and emotionally, remembering one of my daily goals; to be ‘present’ wherever I am. I grabbed the Graduation Program and searched for his name just to make sure this is real. There it is.… Continue Reading “The First Graduation”

Parental Alienation #2: What is Parental Alienation?

“When a parent turns a child against the other parent, they’re really turning a child against themselves.” – Dr. Amy JL Baker “Parental alienation is an emotional act of violence that is aimed at an adult, but critically wounds a child.” – Steve Maraboli. … Continue Reading “Parental Alienation #2: What is Parental Alienation?”

My Parental Alienation Story

As I vulnerably write, I hope I am not the only one, but I also hope I am the only one who is walking through the traumatic hell called Parental Alienation. When court adjourns, parenting schedules are signed, and you leave exhausted but with… Continue Reading “My Parental Alienation Story”

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