"Emotional abuse does not leave physical injuries and its ongoing nature usually means there is no crisis which would precipitate its identification by the health, welfare or criminal justice systems."
~ Oates (1996)
Academic articles on parental alienation and related information.
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Sometimes when parents decide not to live together anymore, children can get caught up in taking a side. They can feel pressured by a parent or by others to choose between parents.
Resources for parents. Self-care tips. How to communicate and reunite.
Resources for mental health, law professionals and social workers.
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Parental Alienating Behaviours
are Child Abuse & Family Violence.
This serious form of abuse and family violence can no longer be ignored. Parental alienating behaviours must be acknowledged in Australia as it is in other parts of the world. We need legislation that not only acknowledges its existence but firmly and clearly legislates against it.