A Bridge (a poem about parental alienation)

Her teardrops sting her face as the wind splashes them from her eyes across her cheeks. His lips tells lies each time he smiles. She is the shell of a woman, his mother, inconsolably weeping. He was her child, interrupted. Both of them have stood alone on an empty dock for almost two decades -separated- […]

A Bridge (a poem about parental alienation)

Her teardrops sting her face as the wind splashes them from her eyes across her cheeks. His lips tells lies each time he smiles. She is the shell of a woman, his mother, inconsolably weeping. He was her child, interrupted. Both of them have stood alone on an empty dock for almost two decades -separated- […]

Taming the Mommy Tiger

This article from StepMom Magazine is too good to not re-post. In the arena of parental alienation, I have been doing my research into many areas, including blended families. One of the most common issues I see presented is the battle between a stepparent and the natural parent. This article has great insight, by Wednesday Martin, […]

Taming the Mommy Tiger

This article from StepMom Magazine is too good to not re-post. In the arena of parental alienation, I have been doing my research into many areas, including blended families. One of the most common issues I see presented is the battle between a stepparent and the natural parent. This article has great insight, by Wednesday Martin, […]

Poisoned Hearts – How Parental Alienation Hurts

I am going to focus my attention for a while on Parental Alienation Syndrome. I encourage comments and ideas from the readers. (From Wikipedia):Parental alienation syndrome was a term coined by child psychiatrist Richard A. Gardner.  He defines Parental Alienation Syndrome as “a disorder that arises primarily in the context of child-custody disputes. Its primary manifestation is […]