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“Most people quit because they look how far theyhave to go, not how far they have come.” - Anonymous ...
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At The Fathers Rights Movement we believe that the best way to make change is for all organizations to work together. We are kicking off the New Year helping NPO's effort in collecting submissions for their video production to support equal shared parenting. Please follow the link to see how you can be part of this great project. Link here: 👉 bit.ly/npo-issp ...
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Good insight on the children about parental alienation from The Fatherless Generation Foundation Inc.We’re working on getting some of these experts like Dr. Torri J. Evans Barton to come talk about this issue with us so we can all understand this trauma better - RosaTHERE ARE TWO TYPES OF ALIENATED CHILDREN OBLIVIOUS CHILD:This is a child who has absolutely no clue that they are living under the spell of alienation. They fully accept the reality that has been created for them; the controlling parent is always right, and the alienated parent is always wrong. This ignorant “bliss” keeps their life in relative peace...as long as the alienated parent doesn’t dare try to show and interest in their life or express love. When that happens, the manipulation and feeding of false stories gets kicked into high gear. The “how dare they...” expressions come out in full force and because the child has been so used to this conditioning, they go right along with it. In fact, with each episode their belief is re-enforced and the controlling parent’s superiority is affirmed.THE HOSTAGE CHILD:This is a child who has gained awareness of the manipulation and warped perspective they are living under. At some level they recognize that something isn’t quite right with the controlling parent, and they are actually accepting of a relationship with the alienating parent. However, they know that these feelings of love and desire to communicate with the alienated parent is NOT ACCEPTABLE. They have full awareness of the backlash, stress, anxiety, and anger that will crash down on them if they admit this. In essence, they are imprisoned to pretend and go along with the views of the alienator because the alienator controls most aspects of their life. via The Father's Rights Movement The mistake many alienated parents make is thinking their presence alone will make things right. With parental alienation, you will need professional help! #HelpIsOnTheWay #LegalHelp #TherapyMatters #PAS #ParentalAlienationEqualsFatherlessness ...
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