Welcome to the truth of a life of an Alienated Dad.  I started out like a normal dad, created a child with a woman, spent ten years with this woman raising my daughter. Until I wanted out of my toxic relationship with my ex-wife. The alienation starts out slow and unnoticeable until it is a full-blown Storm. Which is what happens in my case.

The alienation started during marriage little cues, like us “Broms Girls Stick together,” stated when I had to leave for “job training”. This is just one of many (seeds)cues that were planted into my child’s head. Once the seeds were planted as my daughter grew the seeds of hate grew until this present day. I still have no contact, even before the last hearing on April 11, 2016, and May 4, 2016, my daughter would not talk to me.

In the, past few years, I have been blackmail, not given a fair trial, lied to countless times, used, abused, and hurt. Let this site help you see the truth as I did. For outsiders looking on, find an inner strength to know you are not alone in this battle. The fight is worth fighting. Parental Alienation is Child Abuse! I may not be able to fight in court anymore. But I still have one right as a citizen of the United States of America: freedom of speech. The freedom to spread awareness, hope, faith, and love.

I love my daughter. I pray that she finds the truth and realizes that she is being lied to. Not only she is being lied to, everyone is being lied too as was I. Until I started looking for the facts, the proof, the paper trail, the false documents, the plain fact it the story doesn’t add up!

I am not giving up. I will never give up. The truth is waiting for her to find here.

Ink is dry but the story is not over yet.

To others keep searching for your families, your mothers, your fathers, your grandparents, your half sisters, your half brothers and find the truth. Your family LOVES you, cares about you, misses you, has birthday cakes on your birthday for your honor, and lastly, have an open mind.

Parental Alienation is child abuse. Should be treated as such. It is not fair to have someone you love very much to be stolen from you by lies and hate.