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Alienated Dad: Based on a True Story

I was not allowed to be the proper father to her. I wasn't allowed to be the father she needed. The father, I want to be to her. I just want to be a dad to my daughter. This is my story of the events that took place that Alienated me from my daughter.

A lot is Happening

Sorry for the delay in posting, it has been a CRAZY week, Stephaine just turned one on Monday!

Moving day is approaching  quickly, the next destination is going be AMAZING! I have so blessed to have been offered an opportunity of a lifetime.  I will have more details when I am more settled into my position.

In other news, we were able to reach out to few homeless persons this past week, in our joint effort to assist the homeless persons in our area. My wife and I help a man, who fell off his bike, hit his head, cut his arm. We were able to call 911, get him some much-needed help. I love being able to help those in need, it such an amazing feeling knowing someone was saved because of something so little as a bottle of water.

 

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Panda love

I found this online thought it was so cute! Then I thought of my Indra and her love for Pandas.

 

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Love yourself

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Kim Namjoon! Kim Seokjin! Min Yoongi! Jung Hoseok! Park Jimin! Kim Taehyung! Jeon Jungkook! BTS! That’s right bitches – I’m part of the ARMY. I don’t know if any of you guys remember from all of my blog posts (of you have me on twitter you”d 100% know – cheeky plug – add my twitter […]

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FOSTER CARE FACTS: — Foster Love

I wanted to do a little informational blog today to share with you some of what I know about Foster Care so far through our in class training and my own reading/self-educating. I apologize in advance if the information is written rather “dry” but I think you will find some of it pretty shocking (as […]

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The Battle for Britain’s Alienated Children (The Hybrid Myth)

Karen Woodall

Breaking down the risks ahead for parents and children affected by parental alienation in the UK, we looked earlier this week at the high conflict myth.

The notion that PA is all about high conflict is one which has been enthusiastically embraced by CAFCASS in their recent declaration of expertise in this field.  For a body which has hitherto denied all efforts to raise consciousness about PA, the about turn on the issue is fascinating to observe.  It is also concerning, especially when, their assertions that they are ‘consulting with experts’ is one which to date, appears to be without foundation.

Parental alienation is a mental health issue not a parental rights issue. I have been saying this for a long time and whilst it has been resisted in some quarters, most accept that the issue is not one which is about contact or conflict, it is about a child’s…

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Why did he leave?

via Why Fathers Leave Their Children

What is Parental Alienation and how does it happen?

Parental Alienation Strategies of the Alienating Parent

“Video 4 of 5. On February 16, 2018, Kelley Baker, PhD, presented a lecture on Parental Alienation to about 40 family law attorneys at the Williamson County Court House in Georgetown, Texas. In this fourth video, Dr. Baker discussed the 17 alienation strategies used by an alienating parent.

Parental Alienation is Psychological Child Abuse.

Strategy 1: Badmouthing Strategy

2: Limiting Contact Strategy

3: Interfering with Communication Strategy

4: Interfering with Symbolic Communication Strategy

5: Withdrawal of Love Strategy

6: Telling Child Targeted Parent Does Not Love Him or Her Strategy

7: Forcing Child to Choose Strategy

8: Creating the Impression that the Targeted Parent is Dangerous Strategy

9: Confiding in Child Strategy

10: Forcing Child to Reject Targeted Parent Strategy

11: Asking Child to Spy on Targeted Parent Strategy

12: Asking Child to Keep Secrets from Targeted Parent Strategy

13: Referring to Targeted Parent by First Name Strategy

14: Referring to a Stepparent as “Mom” or “Dad” and Encouraging Child to Do the Same Strategy

15: Withholding Medical, Academic, and Other Important Information from Targeted Parent/ Keeping Targeted Parent’s Name off of Medical, Academic, and Other Relevant Documents Strategy

16: Changing Child’s Name to Remove Association with Targeted Parent Strategy

17: Cultivating Dependency

The electronic version of this article is located here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/…” –Jeff Morgan from youtube.

 

I Don’t that there is much to say. Since the folks creeping on this page know the truth of how it went down.

No. Photos of me in the house.

No. keeping stories of me alive unless about working too much, never being around.

Uhm… Your dad didn’t pay for your tooth to be fixed. LIE.

Forcing you to choose between me or her… I am sure this happens how else to explain all the out of the country trips during my legal visitation. Mexico, Sweden need I say more.. Disney in 2011, right when the everything started?

I wanted to take my family to Mexico and Indra reacted like I was going kidnap her. Yet mom takes her to Mexico right after a judge approves Indra’s American passport? But the judge stated it would be international kidnapping if they left the country during my visitation.

 

 

 

What is Parental Alienation and how does it happen?

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