Parental Alienation Awareness Day is 12th October #PAADay
By Amanda Sillars
Founder of EMMMFoundation
the lotus is a flower that grows in the mud; the deeper and thicker the mud, the more beautiful the lotus blooms
Out of curiosity, children who are alienated will often block and unblock the targeted parent on social media. They do this under the radar so they don't upset or anger the alienating parent.
It is essential to engage in self-care practices to help maintain your physical and emotional health. This is like putting on a life vest when you're on a sinking ship.
Eat healthy, practice mindfulness, exercise daily and get outdoors in the fresh air.
Keep living your life and never give up!
Gently sprinkle little love crumbs out there for your children to find and follow. Help guide them back into your life with love and kindness.
Be the best version of you by practicing self-care every day. Shine through all the cracks and guide them back into your world with love and kindness.
Alienated children do love the targeted parent, but they are usually not allowed to show it. They learn that they must keep it hidden from the alienating parent as they know how much it upsets or angers them. Never stop showing your children you love them.
Take care of you, because your children need you.
Founder & CEO EMMMFoundation