Outcomes for Adult Alienated Children

Parental Alienation

  • Feelings of remorse
  •  Regret for lost opportunities- particularly when rejected parent has since died
  •  Suffer rates of depression, anger, anxiety, relationships difficulties, substance abuse
  • Report that they wish someone had intervened and NOT listened to them as children
  • Can be alienated from own children and family
  • Have adult conflict with favoured/alienating parent
Baker, A. (2007). The Ties that Bind. New York: Norton.

Publication (PDF): Parental Alienation:Responding to Deliberate Ruptures of Children’s Loving Parental Relationships. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/305752040_Parental_AlienationResponding_to_Deliberate_Ruptures_of_Children%27s_Loving_Parental_Relationships [accessed Apr 11, 2017].

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