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What long-term impact can parental alienating behaviours have on children?

What long-term impact can parental alienating behaviours have on children? Parental alienating behaviours have significant and lasting effects on children’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being. The long-term impact of parental alienating behaviours varies depending on factors such as the alienation’s severity, the child’s age, and the alienation’s duration. Some potential long-term consequences include: Strained Parent-Child …

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Does Parental Alienation happen in all cultures?

Does Parental Alienation happen in all cultures? Parental alienation can occur in various cultures and is not limited to a specific cultural or geographic context. Parental alienation refers to a situation where one parent deliberately or unconsciously influences a child to reject the other parent, often resulting in the child having a strained or severed …

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Understanding Coercive Control and Parental Alienation: A Deep Dive into Family Dynamics

Understanding Child Coercive Control and Parental Alienation A Deep Dive into Family Dynamics In today’s society, we are becoming increasingly aware of the complexities that lie within family dynamics. Among these complexities, two concepts that have drawn significant attention are child coercive control and parental alienation. These phenomena, rooted in family relationships, particularly between parents …

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What is the difference between parental alienation and estrangement?

What is the difference between parental alienation and estrangement? Parental alienation and estrangement are both forms of resist-refuse dynamics that involve difficulties in parent-child relationships. Understanding the differences between the two is important for addressing family dynamics appropriately. Parental Alienation: Definition: Parental alienation involves one parent actively and intentionally manipulating a child to reject or …

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How do I know if my ex-partner is alienating the children from me?

How do I know if my ex-partner is alienating the children from me? Recognising parental alienation can be challenging, as it often involves subtle and manipulative alienating behaviours over time. However, some signs may indicate your ex-partner is attempting to alienate the children from you. Remember that one or more of these signs do not …

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Parental alienation a debated concept in the field of family law and psychology

Parental alienation a debated concept in the field of family law and psychology Parental alienation is a scientifically and legally valid theory and practice that refers to a situation in which one parent engages in behaviours that may manipulate or influence a child to reject the other parent. The child’s resistance or hostility towards the …

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WHAT IS PARENTAL ALIENATION?

WHAT IS PARENTAL ALIENATION? Explained by DR. STAN KOROSI PHD Principal Consultant-Director Administrative Services Director-Family Bridges Workshop Parental alienation goes by many names to avoid confronting its ugly reality as a social and severe public health issue with potentially fatal outcomes. The social sciences are replete with research demonstrating how destructive, if not deadly, the …

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Is there a link between narcissistic behavior and parental alienation?

Is there a link between narcisstic behavior and parental alienation? Parental Alienation refers to a situation in which one parent psychologically manipulates a child to reject, fear, or denigrate the other parent. Which often results in the child having a strained or damaged relationship with the targeted parent.  While narcissistic behaviour can contribute to parental …

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Legal rights for grandparents to see their grandchildren in Australia.

Legal rights for grandparents to see their grandchildren in Australia.  In Australia, grandparents do not have automatic legal rights to see their grandchildren. However, the Family Law Act 1975 recognises the importance of maintaining a child’s relationship with parents and other significant individuals, including grandparents. If grandparents are having difficulties in seeing their grandchildren, they …

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Parents Beyond Breakup launches “peersWALK” GAIN THE CONFIDENCE, SKILLS AND TOOLS FOR PEERS ENGAGING EACH OTHER RESPONDING TO SUICIDE. Situational Suicide Prevention acknowledges the distress of your peer rather than automatically assuming mental illness or disorder, with suicide thoughts (though in some cases the two are linked). It responds to significantly challenging experiences of mind. …

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