Monday, December 29, 2008

Conflicting Points of View

Shockome Syndrome

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Why Parents Who Batter Win Custody

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Saturday, December 20, 2008

Why some parents refuse to pay child support

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"Failure to support a child -- you bet it's criminal. So is denying a child visitation with the other parent, parental alienation and parental abduction. The major difference is that when one doesn't pay child support, there are records and it can be monitored and penalized. When a parent subtly instills alienation in a child toward the absent parent, misuses the support money and fails to provide for the child, it is much more difficult to recognize. The parent who receives child support should be held just as accountable as the parent who pays child support."

No jail term for boy's abduction

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D.C. man charged in child abduction

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Friday, December 19, 2008

Judge cleared in Katelynn Sampson case

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Once again, no mention is made of the negligence on the part of the Family Court system to find Katelynn's biological father, Mark Letang, and attempt to place her in his care.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Disgusted with the system

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Relatives Are Not Protected By DCF or the State From Lawsuits. In a recent trial court opinion issued by the Superior Court in Hudson County, Judge Gallipoli recognized that parents in NJ may have a right to collect damages for intentional infliction of emotional distress when their relationships with their children are poisoned by former spouses or even grandparents who partake in alienating behaviors.

Woman sentenced for infanticide

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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Not Your Dad's Divorce

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How changes in child-support laws, and a push by fathers for equal time, are transforming the way this generation of ex-spouses raise their children.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Family Violence Healing: 3 Keys to Healing Parental Alienation

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Good advise. To bad the author (Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D) seems to only be concerned with the plight of mothers..

Don't use holidays for tug of war

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Children’s Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP)

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CRISP is a Non Governmental Organization(NGO) founded recently by a group of citizens, who recognize the serious effects of “parental alienation” on children due to single parent families on account of divorce or sepafration. CRISP also focuses on furthering the rights of a child to remain connected with both parents in case parents get divorced. While most NGOs pertaining to children deal with issues related to child labour, education etc we deal with issues related to unquestionable right of children to be cared for by both biological parents.

Parental Alienation Syndrome - The Problem

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In spite of the divisiveness that has evolved around this topic, one issue that few will debate is the fact that too many children are caught in a “tug of war” between their separated parents.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Abuse victim shares story at annual remembrance vigil

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She (Mary-Ann Rowan) called the form of abuse “parental alienation” and said it’s similar to cult brainwashing. Her kids have refused to hear her side of the situation, but Rowan holds onto hope that they will understand the truth eventually.

Couple charged in slaying of girl, 13

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Phoenix Sinclair.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

A slander on Canadian men

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There are important words Mr. Ignatieff needs to say to the literally millions of blameless fellow men his ignorance and bias have slandered: "I was wrong. I'm sorry." If he doesn't have the courage to do so, I would hope that Canadian men and fair-minded Canadian women will remember his cowardly silence, as I will, when next they go to the polls.

Dec 10 Help Raise the Awareness Of Parental Alienation And Hostile Aggressive Parenting

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

NJ courts rule cause of action for PA exists

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Yes, marriage matters to nurturing of children

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Her analysis (Robin Fretwell Wilson) of research studies should put to rest all questions about what’s best for children. In virtually every study, weighing every variable —- family structure, age, income, race, education —- the evidence is overwhelming that children do better in families where married adults are rearing their biological children.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Parental Alienation Syndrome

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Unfair family law reform

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Ontario Bar welcomes family law overhaul

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Unfortunately, this proposed legislation does nothing to address the fact that, in the Province of Ontario, not a day goes by that some custodial parent fails to abide by court ordered custody of or access to a child.