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"His Side", Sunday, December 19, 2004, A MUST
« on: Dec 16, 2004, 08:54:11 PM »
Spontaneous Reunification

There are few experiences more heartbreaking than being the target
parent in a Parental Alienation campaign--your own children are
withheld from you and taught to despise you. Often these situations
are so contentious that intervention by a court or mental health
professional is not permitted or is ineffectual. However, according
to psychologist Douglas C. Darnall, Ph.D., author of Divorce
Casualties: Protecting Your Children from Parental Alienation, new
research shows that there is often good cause for hope in these
situations--"Spontaneous Reunification."

"Spontaneous Reunification" is when a child attempts to reconnect
with a rejected parent on his or her own initiative. Darnall and his
co-author, Barbara F. Steinberg, Ph.D., have identified parents and
children who experienced reunification without any intervention from
the courts or by a mental health professional. Darnall will detail
how and why Spontaneous Reunification occurs and how such reunions
can be encouraged on His Side with Glenn Sacks on Sunday, December
19 at 5 PM PST/8 PM EST.

Also joining Glenn will be Alan Green, author of the powerful new
novel Blind Baseball: A Father's War. Green has experienced PAS and
reunification firsthand

You can call the show and join the discussion in progress at 1-800-
439-4805.

For those who are outside of our radio stations' coverage ranges,
you can listen to the show live via our station's excellent Internet
stream at Listen Live. His Side with Glenn Sacks can be heard on
WSNR AM 620 in New York City and North-Eastern New Jersey, and on
WWZN AM 1510 in Boston on Sundays at 10 PM EST. The show can also be
heard in Southern California on KTIE AM 590 at 5 PM PST.

To learn more about Parental Alienation Syndrome, see:

Doug Darnall's Parental Alienation Directory

His Side: The Heart of Darkness: Parental Alienation Syndrome
(2/8/04)

Glenn's commentary on Parental Alienation in the LaMusga Move-Away
case

Jayne Major's Parents Who Have Successfully Fought Parental
Alienation Syndrome.

Glenn's column Many Divorced Dads Struggle to Remain in Their
Children's Lives (Long Beach Times, 6/5/03)

Steven Carlson's Parental Alienation Page.

Glenn's co-authored column No Virtue in Virtual Visitation (Boston
Globe, 7/12/02)

His Side with Glenn Sacks can be heard on WSNR AM 620 in New York
City and North-Eastern New Jersey, and on WWZN AM 1510 in Boston on
Sundays at 10 PM EST. The show can also be heard in Southern
California on KTIE AM 590 at 5 PM PST. To listen live via the
Internet from anywhere in the world, go to Listen Live. Both radio
and Internet listeners are encouraged to call and participate in the
show live and on the air at 1-800-439-4805. All callers will be
mailed a free CD of the show in which they appeared at their
request.

GlennSacks.com / HisSide.com

"Children learn what they live"


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RE:
« Reply #1 on: Dec 19, 2004, 12:49:15 AM »
My husband and I are experiencing this "spontaneous reunification" with my 12 year old stepdaughter; IT IS AMAZING!!!


Almost like the light just clicked on one day  .  .  .  .  .  .  .

 

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