What is Parental Alienation Syndrome?
Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is the systematic denigration by one parent by the other with the intent of alienating the child against the other parent. The purpose of the alienation is usually to gain or retain custody without the involvement of the father. The alienation usually extends to the father’s family and friends as well.
Dr. Richard Gardner in his book ‘The Parental Alienation Syndrome’ states (P.74) “Many of these children proudly state that their decision to reject their fathers is their own. They deny any contribution from their mothers. And the mothers often support this vehemently. In fact, the mothers will often state that they want the child to visit with the father and recognise the importance of such involvement, yet such a mother’s every act indicates otherwise.
Such children appreciate that, by stating the decision is their own, they assuage mothers guilt and protect her from criticism. Such professions of independent thinking are supported by the mother who will often praise these children for being the kind of people who have minds of their own and are forthright and brave enough to express overtly their opinions. Frequently, such mothers will exhort their children to tell them the truth regarding whether or not they really want to see their fathers. The child will usually appreciate that “the truth” is the profession that they hate the father and do not want to see him ever again. They thereby provide that answer – couched as “the truth” – which will protect them from their mother’s anger if they were to state what they really wanted to do, which is to see their fathers. It is important for the reader to appreciate that after a period of programming the child may not know what is the truth any more and come to actually believe that the father deserves the vilification being directed against him. The end point of the brainwashing process has then been achieved.
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Beating Parental Alienation Syndrome
- What Is Parental Alienation Syndrome?
- How Common Is PAS?
- Why Is PAS So Common?
- Why Don’t Court Welfare Officers Recognise The Situation??
- Is PAS Officially Recognised?
- Official Comments On PAS
- What Is The Best Legal Approach To PAS?
- What Can You Do?
- Why Does The Mother Want To Get Rid Of The Father?
- The Importance Of Knowing Why The Mother Does It
- What Are The Factors To Consider?
- Having A Plan Is Important
- Your Advantages
- Your Disadvantages
- The Mothers Advantages
- The Mothers Disadvantages
- The Children’s Advantages
- Outlining A Plan
- Behaviour Patterns Of The Mother
- Is There Hope?
- If You Cannot Go To The Courts What Can You Do?
- A Final Word
Helping Other Fight PAS
- "Positive Psychology"
- "Parental Alienation Syndrome"
- "Emotional Intelligence"