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Top Tips for Communicating with an alienated child

Be kind and loving. Focus on the present, not the past. Focus on the love, not the loss. Stay non-reactive to provocation. Stay calm. Avoid those grief-ridden, heavy conversations. Avoid accusations and anger. Sometimes not responding is best. Be careful how you...

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What is parental alienation?

Parental alienation is a complex dynamic when one parent psychologically, wilfully and covertly manipulates a child to fear and despise the other parent, often resulting in the child’s unjustified rejection of a loving parent and anyone associated with them. The...

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Why do people say parental alienation isn’t real?

It is non-gendered abuse and millions of us suffer it? Children, fathers, mothers, step-parents, siblings, grandparents …. Wake up world!  Some argue that parental alienation isn't a real phenomenon (or mental health issue/abuse) because it is not recognized as a...

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Through Charlie’s program, the most valuable lesson that I leant was that it’s imperative to master strategies to take care of yourself immediately, as this is the only way that we can have the energy and confidence of being a good role model for our children.

We tend to move in the direction of our dominant thoughts, which with parental alienation are based on fear.  Charlie’s program helped me develop multiple strategies on how to change my thoughts and perspectives and subconscious.

TH, Australia