Risk Factors of Parental Alienation
During a separation or a divorce, there are a number of factors that can put you and your children at risk for parental alienation. Early recognition of these factors is important so you can intervene and protect your relationship with your children.
This list is not intended to be a list of symptoms, these are risk factors that you should be aware of that can lead to alienation.
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COPING WITH PAS (the Parental Alienation Syndrome) -- Avoiding negative communication with the alienating parent lessens the chance to create conflict. By holding still, the alienated parent can shield children from the effects of bad-mouthing and prevent losing respect, affection or contact with them.
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