Sunday, February 01, 2009

Joint Physical Custody in Mississippi does not mean equal custody



Scottdavene said...

Thank you for doing what you are doing. Fathers’ right to be a meaningful part of their children’s lives, have been eroded to the point of non-existence. My research suggests that this is a phenomenon consistent throughout the industrialized nations. Children who are alienated from their fathers are more likely later in life to have emotional/behavioral problems, suffer from depression, drop out of school, fail in their jobs, and suffer from other social problems. I invite you to visit my site devoted to raising awareness on this growing problem:

Jim Hueglin said...

Hi Scott ... thanks for your comments ... hopefully if we keep raising the fact that so many mothers and fathers are being deprived of a meaningful relationship with their children, the "system" will finally recognize "Parental Alienation" for what it is, and take steps to resolve this social problem ... Jim