“Until you address the emotional, psychological or psychiatric difficulties that are leading to this complex dynamic, you’re going to get nowhere. Very often, one of my children will get up and say I don’t want to go to school. Well just imagine if I say well let us do a wishes and feelings analysis. We do not do that. We tell them to get up and get dressed. So, what is the problem? The problem with Parental Alienation is that it’s not about the child at all. It is about the adults. It is about adult issues. It is not child-focused. It is the process by which one parent’s emotions dominates a child’s relationship with their other parent. It’s using children as an instrument of that parent’s skewed emotions; it is in every sense wrong”

During family breakdown where access to children and grandchildren suddenly becomes problematical; it is important to do as much research as possible to help you understand what is happening and how best to protect yourself and your children. Also to find ways to minimise the upset and distress to any children involved.

On this website and on our social media platforms (@palienationuk), we are keen to offer as much advice and information as possible but recognize there are many more excellent resources available. We encourage you to access all that you can, as it will benefit you and your children in the long run.

We have included some resources within this section. If you have found any other online resources or organisations of particular use and they are not listed here, please let us know by emailing and we will aim to include them.

This is your resource and we want to make it the best it can be for you & your children.

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