Why You're Here
If you’re here, it’s probably because you’re a parent (or grandparent) whose heart has been broken. Your child has been snatched from your life—not because of an accident or an act of God, but due to the cruelty and selfishness of your child’s other parent. The pain you feel can’t be put into words. But there is hope: you are not alone, and the path to healing begins now.
What is PA?
The term is an abbreviation for Parental Alienation which is recognized by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) as a serious form of child abuse.
Why Does PA Hurt Kids?
Thousands of parents use their children as weapons. They undermine a child’s relationship with the other parent through manipulation and brainwashing.
This is a very complex and difficult situation we are in. It takes help to get through it.
We need to bridge the gap between the existing viewpoint of the APA and state laws.
There is no easy way to combat alienation especially if it has taken place for a long period of time.
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How Can I Help Fight PA?
No one can put an end to Parental Alienation on their own. The good news is: you don’t have to carry that burden alone.
Parental Alienation is emotional, mental, and psychological abuse that has lifelong effects.