Are you experiencing Parental Alienation (PA), or are wondering what Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is? Do you have one or more children who are estranged from you? Often, this may be through divorce, where one parent alienates children from another parent using various abusive strategies, from subtle to overt. Perhaps that is reinforced by other family members and friends. Or, there may be a completely different situation that caused the alienation.
Typically, the alienated children will blame you for the breakdown in your relationship, and perhaps for other things wrong in their lives as well. It may be that the more you try to tread lightly or to show them love the more distant they become. The result is that they put you on 'silent', and it may develop to the point where there is little or no visitation, phone calls, or cards for birthdays and holidays.
What strategies might you use to reverse either new or long term estrangement situations? How do you cope with the emptiness, the painful loss of not having your children in your life due to alienation? In this group you will feel completely safe to express your feelings with no judgement. We are all here to provide help and support to each other during this difficult time.
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Monday, December 12, 2016 6:30 PM