Parental Alienation Basics: What You Need to Know

Parental Alienation“Parental Alienation” refers to a condition where a child strongly allies himself or herself with one parent, while simultaneously rejecting the other parent, without legitimate justification for doing so.  Often, parental alienation is encouraged by the “favored” parent to reject the “targeted” parent.  Children avoid conflict by complying with the alienating parent’s plan.  Not surprisingly, parental alienation causes incredible pain and hardship to thousands of families each year. read more