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Recognition of Alienating Behaviors - Overt
When the alienation is overt, the motivation to alienate, the intense hatred of the other is blatant. The alienating parent is obsessed and sees the target as noxious to himself, the children, and even the world. He relates a history of the marriage which reflects nothing but the bad times. The target parent was never worthwhile as a spouse or a parent and is not worthwhile today. Such a parent shows little response to logic, and little ability to confront reality.
Many alienating parents at this stage entertain the overt belief that the target parent presents an actual danger of harm to the children. They present this belief as concrete knowledge that if the children spend time with the target parent they will be irreparably harmed in some manner or that they will be brainwashed by the target parent not to value/love the alienating parent.
At this state of alienation, conscious motivation is always present, and the internal, interactional and external systems are fully engaged in supporting the alienation process.
In order to file for a divorce, both spouses must be residents of New Hampshire for a minimum of one year. If, however, one of the parties has not been a resident for one year, but the other has, and the reason for the divorce happened in the state, then the court recognizes the residency. Spouses who reside in different counties may file in either one of the counties.
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