Family Court Does Not Act On Behalf Of The Children
It's Almost Impossible To Understand How A Child Losing A Parent To The Other Parent Can Feel
@TMDILH daughter on the left having a blast at age 4 with her neighbourhood friends and family in the backyard of the matrimonial home before the separation and divorce April 18, 2005.
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A child's own words and actions can help us understand them and so much more, that's why I include as much of my daughter's opinion, words and actions to prove that it's not just me that is suffering from Parental Alienation, it's unimaginable how much my daughter has gone through, and continues to endure today.
Throughout my separation and subsequent divorce, I always did what I believed was in the best interest of my daughter, ultimately admitting defeat and allowing the mother to
win our child with the complete alienation of my daughter from her father, family and friends.
Parental Alienation is child abuse, and anyone who says otherwise is committing or consenting to the abuse. To know the heartache of being a parent separated from their child, try to connect with a child who is not allowed to have the other parent, and just imagine what does that does to the value of the child. Parental Alienation not only hurts the child and the alienated parent, that family is also alienated, as well as friends and whoever else the alienating parent decides. The Family Courts cannot contend with this kind of behaviour but worst still is The Family Court foster, endorse and empower the Custodial Parent to get away with such bad parenting. In fact, The Family Courts don't much endorse anything in
the best interest of the children.