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Re: Regarding Parental Alienation
« Reply #1 on: Nov 02, 2013, 05:19:59 PM »
Great article, never saw one addressing it from the other parent. Agree with everything until the solution. In some cases Don't believe there could/should be forgiveness for the ex. No need to. I think that moving on and maybe trying to reconnect with the kids after 18 or after they move out from ex is a good thing. Moving on and learning to accept what happened is one thing, but actually forgiving it, not so sure.... In many real PAS cases it does not stop at adulthood and the parent deals with it for many more years. Move on...live your life without regret as you tried your best and allowed them to live without constant fighting...hope the kids come back...but forgive...still say no.  The top part of the article it excellent....def saw these signs...


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