How do you deal with parental alienation of your child knowing that the “other” parent is coaching the child to say and do things negatively against you. You know that the “other” parent is pitting the child against you and tell the child to tell you he/she doesn’t want to go visit you? This acts are just so heart breaking. It’s not only damaging to the parents’ relationship with the child but damaging to the child. Parental Alienation Syndrome (#PAS) is a common issue we face here in Orange County.
Here are some examples of parental alienation:
1- When the child expresses unjustified hatred or unreasonably dislike of one parent. Thus, making “access” by the rejected parent difficult to the child. This arises because the other parent makes negative comments or disparaging comments about the victimized parent.