How to Recognize Parental Alienation – 8 Ways to Tell

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After getting into trouble at school, a child casually reveals that they have no contact with one of their parents. In fact, they apparently have a very negative view of that parent and are glad to be rid of them. An adult enters psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, or relationships issues, unclear about why they have…

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5 Essential Keys on How to Avoid Parental Alienation

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Most of us have probably heard horror stories of parental alienation. One parent deliberately targeting and sabotaging the other parent’s relationship with their child after a divorce. Either just to make themselves look good or exert some kind of control over their ex-spouse. The pain of such heinous actions can cut very deep. And the…

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These Five Signs Say It’s Time for Marriage Therapy

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Any car owner knows that throughout the years their vehicle will need maintenance. When a car doesn’t run as smoothly as before – having little sputters here and there – it’s time for a tune-up. Just like vehicles, relationships can show wear and tear over the years. In fact, every marriage has its ups and…

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How to Help Your Children Cope with the Effects of Divorce

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As an adult, dealing with the emotional effects of divorce is difficult, but manageable. Your sense of the world is relatively stable; you know that big changes aren’t the end of the world. You can visualize a path forward and the resources you’ll need to navigate it. For your children, the news of your divorce…

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