Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome- All grown up, but what now?

Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome- All grown up, but what now?.

 

I know adult daughters who emotionally & verbally abuse their moms because of the disrespect expressed and the abuse modeled by their fathers.  I hope they will rise above it before it’s too late.  It affects & hurts the whole family.

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One thought on “Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome- All grown up, but what now?

  1. This is a call to arms, a battle cry, that we as women will not tolerate our government taking away our children. This is war and should be treated as such. We can blog until our fingertips bleed, but we must dig down deep and find one more ounce of energy to fight our government for this corrupt action of denying us a relationship with our children.

    Otherwise, we are just baby making machines with no rights to our children. Please join me and many other women’s groups around the country in May to march on the capital to make a statement, to show our sorrow and mourning, and to demand that this stops.

    We must stop hiding behind our computers and get in their faces. This is WAR, they have taken our children, what could be worse. Go to http://www.protectingmychild.org to find out about the 3 day march on Mother’s Day Weekend. If you scroll down the blog it will show you what is being done in our government, with the attorney general and what we are doing in Washington. If this takes every penny you have to get there and you have to sleep in your car to save your child’s life isn’t it worth it.
    Or are we going to continue to hear more and more stories of children destroyed by bad divorce court decisions. How may more children must lose loving mothers?

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