Child Development and Possible Reactions to Death (Divorce)

“If we can see the initial problem or trigger for the Alienator, i.e. loss and inability to complete the grieving process, or just not having control anymore, then maybe we can better protect the children and targeted spouse with proper correction/direction for the alienating spouse. In other words, we find a proper method of helping the Alienator to move forward in their lives by recognizing their part and inability to let go and move on. This in turn trickles down to their treatment of the children and the targeted parent, which in turn, then stops Parental Alienation.”

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