Tag: psychology

  • Parental Alienation Taints Relationships and is Abuse

    When Ties to a Parent Are Cut by the Other Credit…Sylwia Kapuscinski for The New York TimesBy Michael WineripSept. 23, 2007 THIS is a nice moment in Joe Rabiega’s life. At 31, he has a good job as a research coordinator for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is happily married and […]

  • The Truth About Aging Out of Foster Care

    Source: view original content here Some children don’t have loving homes that they can call their own. For whatever reason, the parents of these children are not able to provide for them and neither is their extended family. When this occurs, the child will be placed into the foster care system. More than 250,000 children […]

  • Are you dealing with CPS or a Child Custody Case? Help is Available!

    During this holiday season, It’s Almost Tuesday wishes the best in all things for children and their families. We wish there were no bad foster homes. We wish CPS had no over zealous case workers. We wish couples stayed happily married with no divorces. We wish there was no such thing as parental alienation syndrome […]

  • Backlash Against Parental Alienation: Denial and Skepticism About Psychological Abuse

    By Richard A Warshack, Psychologist and expert on P.A.S. @richardwarshack This post is in honor of Parental Alienation Awareness Day—April 25. A boy wrote a letter to his mother telling her that she belonged in a mental institution, that she was nothing to him, that she was nothing but a screw-up, that she was sick, […]

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