Tips for Targeted Parents of Parental Alienation
Out of curiosity, alienated children will often block and unblock the targeted parent on social media. They will sometimes use their friend's accounts or devices to peak in. They do this under the radar, so they don't upset or anger the alienating parent.
An alienated child is a child in crisis that needs their targeted parent to do their best to rise above the alienator's behaviours, self-care through the situation and lead by example. Take care.
It is essential to engage in self-care practices to help maintain your physical and emotional health. Like putting on a life vest when you're on a sinking ship.
Eat healthy, practice mindfulness, exercise daily and get outdoors in the fresh air.
Keep living your life and never give up!
Alienated children do love the targeted parent, but they can feel anxious showing it. They sometimes have to keep communications secret or hidden from the alienating parent as they have learned it upsets or angers them.
Gently sprinkle your love out there on the pathway home for your children to find and follow. Help guide them back into your life with love and kindness. Never give up.
Turn your porch light on. Be the best version of yourself by practising self-care every day in every way. Shine bright, so when your child gets curious, they will look in and see a healthy balanced version of you, and you're still there loving them like you always have been.
"In our effort to protect children from physical and sexual abuse, we cannot ignore the hidden suffering of children who are manipulated to take sides in their parent’s disputes."
~ Dr Richard Warshak
Welcome Back, Pluto Video of Chapter 6
Dr Richard A. Warshak, author of Divorce Poison.
To purchase the full DVD >> HERE
- What is alienation?
- Understanding alienated children
- Mistakes favoured parents make
- What’s in a name?
- Understanding favoured parents.
- The plight of rejected parents (video sample)
- Tips for parents
- Tips for kids
An informative article "Take the Warshak Test Before Talking to Children About Your Ex"
Take care of yourself... because your children need you.
~ Amanda Sillars
Alienated Child Meme by Amanda Sillars
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