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Parental Alienation Definition

FCM WHAT IS PARENTAL ALIENATION

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Parental Alienation Definition

While the Parental Alienation definition has been used as an excuse by corrupt cps and corrupt court systems. After one does a little digging. They begin to realize that this is a tactic used frequently to justify the kidnapping and trafficking of children through the cps system, school systems and department of health & human services and related counterparts thereof.

Here are some examples of what parental alienation is by definition

from a variety of sources on the web.

According to Wikipedia.

parental alienation definition on Wikipedia screenshot
parental alienation definition on Wikipedia screenshot

The Definition is:

“a theorized process through which a child becomes estranged from one parent as the result of the psychological manipulation of another parent.[1][2] The child’s estrangement may manifest itself as fear, disrespect or hostility toward the distant parent, and may extend to additional relatives or parties.[3][4] The child’s estrangement is disproportionate to any acts or conduct attributable to the alienated parent.[5] Parental alienation can occur in any family unit, but is claimed to occur most often within the context of family separation, particularly when legal proceedings are involved,[6] although the participation of professionals such as lawyers, judges and psychologists may also contribute to conflict.[7]

P. A. definition – source: Wikepedia

Another source we’ve found is from Psychology Today

Parental Alienation Definition According to Psychology Today Screenshot
Parental Alienation Definition According to Psychology Today Screenshot

According to psychologytoday.com Parental Alienation

“Occurs when a child refuses to have a relationship with a parent due to manipulation, such as the conveying of exaggerated or false information, by the other parent. The situation most often arises during a divorce or custody battle but it can happen in intact families as well.”

P. A. definition – source: Psychology Today

While these two definitions are accurate in the context of the Parental Alienation definition itself.

As a result of my own experience from covering the CPS Court Corruption and related human trafficking occurring. The Family Courts have used this excuse, and by proxy the Criminal Courts as a means to silence their victims. As a result it is far too often used as a tactic. And as a direct result, justification for the kidnapping and trafficking unlawfully of children to abusers from non-abusive parents.

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