PBB Newsletter 30th August 2017

Welcome to our latest Newsletter. It is in a new format which we hope you’ll like. Let us know what you think. Pete Nicholls, our new CEO Welcome Pete Nicholls, our new CEO. Pete joined us in 2013 as a volunteer facilitator in our West Sydney Parramatta Dads in Distress (DIDs) Group; later he went […]

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Parental Alienation in Australian context

An Australian international perspective on #parentalalienation. Some great statistics and key insights into latest legal positioning of PA in Australia versus other parts of the developed world. Key amongst them, the legal language that allows it to be recognised in Australia; also updates to DSM5 which is useful for those experiencing the phenomena in family court. […]

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Daughters fixing broken relationship with dad

Original article source, reproduced below. ‘The Conversation’, Linda Neilson, 11th July 2017. In a 2002 study involving nearly 2,500 children, researchers found that daughters’ relationships with their fathers were more damaged than sons’. What’s more, estranged daughters are more likely than estranged sons to suffer negative effects from the damaged relationship. If you’re like most […]

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