Children 4 Tomorrow

Children 4 Tomorrow We are a solution for the family courts dealing with complex family cases. We are a non-profit organization that creates awareness and education on behalf of mental/psychological abused children otherwise known as “parental alienation” (PA)

Children 4 Tomorrow, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit charity organization, established in 2009, is a nonprofit organization with multi-faceted programs that raises awareness and increases knowledge of emotional/psychological child abuse and mental health of children through providing professional counseling, educational training, legal assistance, and mentoring programs. The organization provides one-on-o

Children 4 Tomorrow, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit charity organization, established in 2009, is a nonprofit organization with multi-faceted programs that raises awareness and increases knowledge of emotional/psychological child abuse and mental health of children through providing professional counseling, educational training, legal assistance, and mentoring programs. The organization provides one-on-o

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09/01/2021

Join Us for
Children 4 Tomorrow’s 4th Annual Symposium

Exposing the Deep Dark Roots of “Parental Alienation”

Raising Awareness ~ Increasing Knowledge of “Parental Alienation”

WHEN: October 29, 2021
TIME: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
WHERE: Live Via GoogleMeet (Online)

8 CLE’s – Legal (Judges & Attorneys)
8 CEU’s – Mental Health (LSW, LMSW, LSCW, LPC, LMFT
8 CPE’s – Teachers & Schools Administrators (TEA Accredited)

For more information please check out www.children4tomorrow.org or call 713-660-0760
To Register https://www.children4tomorrow.org/online-store/Children-4-Tomorrow-4th-Annual-Symposium-2021-p84693163

-Key Note Speaker: Dr. Mark Roseman – To What Degree Does “Parental Alienation” Affect Children?
-Dr. Petra Deeter – I Am that Child Fighting the Long-Term Affects of Parental Alienation
-Dr. Daniel Fox – The Root Cause and Effects of Borderline or Narcissistic Parents
-Wendy Perry – Preparation and Partnerships for Parental Alienation Litigation
-Crysta Dillashaw – Learning the Roots of “Parental Alienation”, As An Intern
-Michelle Jones, LCSW & Jayna Haney, MS, LPC – Providing the Roots of “Parental Alienation” To the Courts and Being Ready to Defend The Report
-Dr. Stephen Morison – Caught Up In the Roots of Parental Alienation
-Michael Hiller JD – Facing the GIANTS In The Court When It Appears to Be “Parental Alienation
-Tom King, JD – “Parental Alienation” is Real, Damaging and Counter-intuitive; so Courts Listen Up, You Can Make a Difference…

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08/02/2021
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Join Us For Children 4 Tomorrow's 4th Annual SymposiumExposing the Deep Dark Roots of "Parental Alienation"Raising Aware...
06/16/2021

Join Us For Children 4 Tomorrow's 4th Annual Symposium
Exposing the Deep Dark Roots of "Parental Alienation"

Raising Awareness ~ Increasing Knowledge

When: October 29, 2021
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Live Via GoogleMeets (Online)

8 CLE's - Legal
8 CEU's - Mental Health (LSW, LMSW, LSCW, LPC, LMFT)
8 CPE's - Teachers & School Administrators (TEA Accredited)

We are very excited to have our Key Note Speaker : Dr. Mark Roseman this year.

More information will follow

To Register please go to our website: www.children4tomorrow.org
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Join Us For Children 4 Tomorrow's 4th Annual Symposium
Exposing the Deep Dark Roots of "Parental Alienation"

Raising Awareness ~ Increasing Knowledge

When: October 29, 2021
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Live Via GoogleMeets (Online)

8 CLE's - Legal
8 CEU's - Mental Health (LSW, LMSW, LSCW, LPC, LMFT)
8 CPE's - Teachers & School Administrators (TEA Accredited)

We are very excited to have our Key Note Speaker : Dr. Mark Roseman this year.

More information will follow

To Register please go to our website: www.children4tomorrow.org
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04/24/2021

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04/24/2021

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04/24/2021

Golf Balls are in the bucket, ready for the 1:30 drop

Almost ready to add all of the balls to the bucket for the Golf Ball Drop, worth up to $1,000
04/24/2021

Almost ready to add all of the balls to the bucket for the Golf Ball Drop, worth up to $1,000

Almost ready to add all of the balls to the bucket for the Golf Ball Drop, worth up to $1,000

Getting the Golf Balls ready for today's ball drop! If you purchase golf balls for the golf ball drop, be sure to text o...
04/24/2021

Getting the Golf Balls ready for today's ball drop! If you purchase golf balls for the golf ball drop, be sure to text one of the coordinators to make sure your balls are included.

Golf Ball Drop: 1 ball $10, 6 balls $50.

Let me know if you buy them so I can make sure they get in! Text 281-658-4900 with your online confirmtion number

https://www.children4tomorrow.org/online-store/Children-4-Tomorrow-Golf-Ball-Drop-p133666930

Getting the Golf Balls ready for today's ball drop! If you purchase golf balls for the golf ball drop, be sure to text one of the coordinators to make sure your balls are included.

Golf Ball Drop: 1 ball $10, 6 balls $50.

Let me know if you buy them so I can make sure they get in! Text 281-658-4900 with your online confirmtion number

https://www.children4tomorrow.org/online-store/Children-4-Tomorrow-Golf-Ball-Drop-p133666930

2021 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament underway!Hole in 1 mini-excavator ready to be won!
04/24/2021

2021 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament underway!

Hole in 1 mini-excavator ready to be won!

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month and it's important to acknowledge psychological abuse (“parental alienation”) as a me...
04/12/2021

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month and it's important to acknowledge psychological abuse (“parental alienation”) as a mental health issue because parental alienation causes trauma. And trauma paints a direct line to mental illnesses, which need to be taken seriously.

Join Children 4 Tomorrow in preventing this abuse by joining us on April 24, 2021 at Tour 18 golf course for our 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament & Silent Auction. Oh yeah and purchase yourself a golf ball for the golf ball drop at noon that day. It will be on FB live and you have a chance to win. If you would like more information please go to children4tomorrow.org

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month and it's important to acknowledge psychological abuse (“parental alienation”) as a mental health issue because parental alienation causes trauma. And trauma paints a direct line to mental illnesses, which need to be taken seriously.

Join Children 4 Tomorrow in preventing this abuse by joining us on April 24, 2021 at Tour 18 golf course for our 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament & Silent Auction. Oh yeah and purchase yourself a golf ball for the golf ball drop at noon that day. It will be on FB live and you have a chance to win. If you would like more information please go to children4tomorrow.org

04/09/2021

If you're interested in learning more about Parental Alienation watch today's replay!

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#aprilischildabusepreventionmonth

Good morning! We are excited about Friday and we hope that you tune into our Facebook Live mini-series, ------- Changing...
04/09/2021

Good morning! We are excited about Friday and we hope that you tune into our Facebook Live mini-series,

------- Changing The Game: The Fight Against Parental Alienation ------

Today's Topic: What is Parental Alienation

Join us at 10 AM CST !!!!

Like and share this post to support our organization and bring awareness about this silent disease #AprilisChildAbusePreventionMonth

Good morning! We are excited about Friday and we hope that you tune into our Facebook Live mini-series,

------- Changing The Game: The Fight Against Parental Alienation ------

Today's Topic: What is Parental Alienation

Join us at 10 AM CST !!!!

Like and share this post to support our organization and bring awareness about this silent disease #AprilisChildAbusePreventionMonth

04/06/2021

How to deal with your stress......

7 Ways to Destress . . .

1. Get a change of scenery – If you are working remotely from home try another room in your home to work. A trip to the beach or local park working from your wi-fi for a couple of hours so that you can enjoy nature while you work.
2. Take a social media timeout – Social media is an excellent tool and I personally love it; however, it can also be distracting and studies show it can increase depression and anxiety secondary to the social phenomenon of FOMO or otherwise known as Fear Of Missing Out. Give yourself and timeout and focus on your personal goals, accomplishments and gratitude.
3. Tap into inner artist – Coloring books for adults are gaining popularity and can be easily found on Amazon. Coloring is a great strategy for relaxing and increasing one’s creativity. How many of remember the paint by numbers, those were cool!
4. Dance like no one is watching – the chemicals released during physical activity also help release stress from your body. So turn-up and move to the beat until you are wore out from the laughter and joy of movement.
5. Face the issue – Stress can also the be result of dodging necessary conversations and addressing challenges in our lives. So make the decision to have that crucial conversation or a plan to tackle that financial crisis so that you can breathe and move on.
6. Go to sleep – The body needs at least six hours of sleep to operate at its best level so ensure that you are getting proper rest for the body to rejuvenate.
7. Love yourself – Write yourself a love letter to remind yourself of how amazing you are; it is easy to lose ourselves in the lives of those around us that we are supporting. Make sure you are reminding yourself that you are important and the value that you bring everyday.

Thecia Jenkins

Importance for a Child to have Amicable and Healthy ParentsChildren should be able to love and be loved by both parents....
02/23/2021

Importance for a Child to have Amicable and Healthy Parents

Children should be able to love and be loved by both parents. When a child is not allowed for this to happen then that child suffers. They undergo so many detrimental disadvantages such as developmental delays, depression, drugs and alcohol abuse, suicidal thoughts and actions plus more. This happens when one parent decides they will not allow the child to see the other parent over a long period of time which is horrible and child abuse, destroying the child.
It is a shame that we as adults, especially adults in high places, that COULD and SHOULD do something about this pandemic. But oh no we turn the other way because we cannot see what is going on inside the child; we can’t see the panic, fright, jolt, worry, anxiety, bruises, and cuts because they are on the inside of this child and in their minds. Let’s not acknowledge this; we will look at the child that has been physically abuse and sexually abused because we can see that and are moved to do something about it.
According to Colorado State University social psychologist Jennifer Harman, about 22 million American parents have been the victims of behaviors that lead to something called parental alienation. This is when one parent has withheld their child from the other parent, using the child as a weapon to get back at the other parent. Having researched the phenomenon for several years, Harman is urging psychological, legal and child custodial disciplines to recognize parental alienation as a form of both child abuse and intimate partner violence. Harman has authored a review article in Psychological Bulletin defining the behaviors associated with parental alienation and advocating for more research into its prevalence and outcomes. (Harman, 2018).

The law says we have to remove the child from physical and sexual abuse but what about psychological? WAIT….let’s look at that family law code now because we are suppose to do something about it. But do we do something?
Family Code Title 5, Section 261.001 the Parent-Child Relationship and the suit affecting the Parent – Child Relationship Subtitle E, protection of the child. What does this all mean? Well it means that if a child is abused in the state of Texas, there must be something done about it.

How do we know this type of abuse is true? You assess the situation. Assessment leads to diagnoses, diagnosis’s leads to treatment. Walla!
According to Dr. Craig Childress (2015), DSM-5 diagnosis for psychological child abuse is where the child display’s three characteristic diagnostic indicators of the attachment system “parental alienation”. This represent a clear and definitive clinical evident for the presence of psychological and interpersonal processes that comprise the attachment system of the child. When the child’s symptoms are presence of a severely pathological process it is warranted through the following DSM-5 diagnosis for the child:
• 309.4 Adjustment Disorder with mixed disturbance of emotions and conduct
• V61.20 Parent-Child Relational Problem
• V61.29 Child Affected by Parental Relationship Distress
• V995.51 Child Psychological Abuse, Confirmed

The DSM-5 diagnosis of Child Psychological Abuse, Confirmed is warranted by the presence in the child’s symptom that are displayed by three separate domains of significant pathology represented by the three diagnostic indicators of attachment-based “parental alienation,” that are the product of pathogenic parenting:
• Induced Developmental Psychopathology: The induced suppression of the normal-range functioning of the child’s attachment system, a primary motivational system, as the result of extremely distorted pathogenic parenting practices by a narcissistic/(borderline) parent who is using the child in a role-reversal relationship as a “regulatory object” for the pathology of the parent.
• Induced Personality Psychopathology: The presence of five distinctive narcissistic and borderline personality disorder traits are displayed in the child’s symptoms. They are being created by the highly distorted pathogenic parenting practices of a narcissistic/(borderline) parent (or an induced phobic anxiety toward a normal-range and affectionally available parent).
• Induced Psychiatric Psychopathology: The presence in the child’s symptom display of an induced delusional belief created by the severely pathogenic parenting practices of a
narcissistic/(borderline) parent. The parent is the primary cause for the delusional belief system, and pathogenic parenting practices are the origin of the child’s delusional belief. This induced delusional belief in the child, created by the highly distorted pathogenic parenting practices of a narcissistic/(borderline) parent, is resulting in the child’s expressed desire to terminate a relationship with a normal-range and affectionally available parent who could otherwise act as a protective psychological buffer to the pathogenic psychopathology of the narcissistic/(borderline) parent. The highly aberrant and distorted parenting practices cause the child unhealthy developmental and personality disorder where the parent uses the practices for means of exploitation of the child. This form of child psychological abuse is a role-reversal relationship in which the child’s induced psychopathology is used to regulate the psychological state of the parent. It also warrants the highly destructive developmental impact on the child that is created thought the child’s role-reversal relationship with the narcissistic/(borderline) parent. The nature, severity, and developmental impact of the parental induced psychopathology displayed by the child in attachment-based “parental alienation” elevate the clinical concerns from those of child custody and visitation to prominent child protection consideration. (Childress, 2015, p. 312-313).

It is stated by Texas Protects. Org, that an action such as psychological child abuse results in a marked impact on a child’s growth, development and/or psychological functioning. Psychological abuse can created indicators in a child as; poor mental and emotional health, depression, attachment disorders, anxiety, PTSD, panic disorder, anger, ADHD, dissociative disorders as well as many others, cognitive and learning difficulties, language delays, delinquent behavior, adult criminality, drugs and alcohol abuse, teen pregnancy, abuse behavior, inappropriate behavior in relationship and difficulty with social interactions. (Texprotec for Kids 2017). These children who have experienced this type of childhood abuse have a 4 to 12- fold increased risk for the leading cause of death in adults such as cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes due to high risk coping behaviors such as alcohol, drug abuse, smoking and over-eating (Felitti. V. et al., 1998). The youthful years of life are a critical and sensitive period for brain development that can shape biology, behavior and health across the lifespan. Therefore, a child’s youthful years are impacted by the child’s educational outcomes, economic productivity and the successful parenting of the next generation. The positive and negative experiences and interaction in childhood years become the foundation for the future of a child. Having a child suffer time away from a healthy parent is detrimental to the child’s future. PERIOD!

References
C.A. Childress (2015). An Attachment-Based Model of Parental Alienation: Foundations.
Claremont, CA. Oaksong Press.
Pages 312-313:

Jennifer J. Harman, Edward Kruk, Denise A. Hines. Parental alienating behaviors: An unacknowledged form of family violence. Psychological Bulletin, 2018; 144 (12): 1275 DOI: 10.1037/bul0000175

Texprotec for Kids (2017). https://www.texprotects.org/CANfacts/ retrieved 2/22/2021

Importance for a Child to have Amicable and Healthy Parents

Children should be able to love and be loved by both parents. When a child is not allowed for this to happen then that child suffers. They undergo so many detrimental disadvantages such as developmental delays, depression, drugs and alcohol abuse, suicidal thoughts and actions plus more. This happens when one parent decides they will not allow the child to see the other parent over a long period of time which is horrible and child abuse, destroying the child.
It is a shame that we as adults, especially adults in high places, that COULD and SHOULD do something about this pandemic. But oh no we turn the other way because we cannot see what is going on inside the child; we can’t see the panic, fright, jolt, worry, anxiety, bruises, and cuts because they are on the inside of this child and in their minds. Let’s not acknowledge this; we will look at the child that has been physically abuse and sexually abused because we can see that and are moved to do something about it.
According to Colorado State University social psychologist Jennifer Harman, about 22 million American parents have been the victims of behaviors that lead to something called parental alienation. This is when one parent has withheld their child from the other parent, using the child as a weapon to get back at the other parent. Having researched the phenomenon for several years, Harman is urging psychological, legal and child custodial disciplines to recognize parental alienation as a form of both child abuse and intimate partner violence. Harman has authored a review article in Psychological Bulletin defining the behaviors associated with parental alienation and advocating for more research into its prevalence and outcomes. (Harman, 2018).

The law says we have to remove the child from physical and sexual abuse but what about psychological? WAIT….let’s look at that family law code now because we are suppose to do something about it. But do we do something?
Family Code Title 5, Section 261.001 the Parent-Child Relationship and the suit affecting the Parent – Child Relationship Subtitle E, protection of the child. What does this all mean? Well it means that if a child is abused in the state of Texas, there must be something done about it.

How do we know this type of abuse is true? You assess the situation. Assessment leads to diagnoses, diagnosis’s leads to treatment. Walla!
According to Dr. Craig Childress (2015), DSM-5 diagnosis for psychological child abuse is where the child display’s three characteristic diagnostic indicators of the attachment system “parental alienation”. This represent a clear and definitive clinical evident for the presence of psychological and interpersonal processes that comprise the attachment system of the child. When the child’s symptoms are presence of a severely pathological process it is warranted through the following DSM-5 diagnosis for the child:
• 309.4 Adjustment Disorder with mixed disturbance of emotions and conduct
• V61.20 Parent-Child Relational Problem
• V61.29 Child Affected by Parental Relationship Distress
• V995.51 Child Psychological Abuse, Confirmed

The DSM-5 diagnosis of Child Psychological Abuse, Confirmed is warranted by the presence in the child’s symptom that are displayed by three separate domains of significant pathology represented by the three diagnostic indicators of attachment-based “parental alienation,” that are the product of pathogenic parenting:
• Induced Developmental Psychopathology: The induced suppression of the normal-range functioning of the child’s attachment system, a primary motivational system, as the result of extremely distorted pathogenic parenting practices by a narcissistic/(borderline) parent who is using the child in a role-reversal relationship as a “regulatory object” for the pathology of the parent.
• Induced Personality Psychopathology: The presence of five distinctive narcissistic and borderline personality disorder traits are displayed in the child’s symptoms. They are being created by the highly distorted pathogenic parenting practices of a narcissistic/(borderline) parent (or an induced phobic anxiety toward a normal-range and affectionally available parent).
• Induced Psychiatric Psychopathology: The presence in the child’s symptom display of an induced delusional belief created by the severely pathogenic parenting practices of a
narcissistic/(borderline) parent. The parent is the primary cause for the delusional belief system, and pathogenic parenting practices are the origin of the child’s delusional belief. This induced delusional belief in the child, created by the highly distorted pathogenic parenting practices of a narcissistic/(borderline) parent, is resulting in the child’s expressed desire to terminate a relationship with a normal-range and affectionally available parent who could otherwise act as a protective psychological buffer to the pathogenic psychopathology of the narcissistic/(borderline) parent. The highly aberrant and distorted parenting practices cause the child unhealthy developmental and personality disorder where the parent uses the practices for means of exploitation of the child. This form of child psychological abuse is a role-reversal relationship in which the child’s induced psychopathology is used to regulate the psychological state of the parent. It also warrants the highly destructive developmental impact on the child that is created thought the child’s role-reversal relationship with the narcissistic/(borderline) parent. The nature, severity, and developmental impact of the parental induced psychopathology displayed by the child in attachment-based “parental alienation” elevate the clinical concerns from those of child custody and visitation to prominent child protection consideration. (Childress, 2015, p. 312-313).

It is stated by Texas Protects. Org, that an action such as psychological child abuse results in a marked impact on a child’s growth, development and/or psychological functioning. Psychological abuse can created indicators in a child as; poor mental and emotional health, depression, attachment disorders, anxiety, PTSD, panic disorder, anger, ADHD, dissociative disorders as well as many others, cognitive and learning difficulties, language delays, delinquent behavior, adult criminality, drugs and alcohol abuse, teen pregnancy, abuse behavior, inappropriate behavior in relationship and difficulty with social interactions. (Texprotec for Kids 2017). These children who have experienced this type of childhood abuse have a 4 to 12- fold increased risk for the leading cause of death in adults such as cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes due to high risk coping behaviors such as alcohol, drug abuse, smoking and over-eating (Felitti. V. et al., 1998). The youthful years of life are a critical and sensitive period for brain development that can shape biology, behavior and health across the lifespan. Therefore, a child’s youthful years are impacted by the child’s educational outcomes, economic productivity and the successful parenting of the next generation. The positive and negative experiences and interaction in childhood years become the foundation for the future of a child. Having a child suffer time away from a healthy parent is detrimental to the child’s future. PERIOD!

References
C.A. Childress (2015). An Attachment-Based Model of Parental Alienation: Foundations.
Claremont, CA. Oaksong Press.
Pages 312-313:

Jennifer J. Harman, Edward Kruk, Denise A. Hines. Parental alienating behaviors: An unacknowledged form of family violence. Psychological Bulletin, 2018; 144 (12): 1275 DOI: 10.1037/bul0000175

Texprotec for Kids (2017). https://www.texprotects.org/CANfacts/ retrieved 2/22/2021

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ARE YOU TRYING TO HELP SOMEONE WITH PARENTAL ALIENATION PROBLEMS, BUT YOU DON'T KNOW HOW OR WHAT TO DO ? . I am tired of trying to get through to targeted parents that are gridlocked in poor decisions, based on suggestions from their attorney's, friends, and family. I am tired of explaining to them that they are pursuing bad legal strategies, and treatments for parental alienation that will not work. . I am tired of arguing with targeted parents who are burnt out, broke from the litigation, fixated in motivations to change the legal system, the political system or to bring more awareness, and education for others that encounter alienation. I am tired, so many targeted parents are being taken advantage of by an abundance of professionals in the legal and mental health industry. . I am sick and tied of not being able to help targeted parents- because one or more lawyers drained them of all their assets before they had ever talked to me to get the help that they're needing today. I'm frustrated and angry in fact, they so many targeted parents are hanging on to their lives with vapors for energy. I'm disgusted, and angry that so many mental health professionals are claiming to be experts in reunification, and parental alienation when they are neither. . I am sad that many targeted parents do not truly see what is happening to the loved ones that care about them/living with them/shouldering and scaffolding them/giving up their asset resources to pitch in to pay off these insensitive and harmful legal and mental health professionals working on their cases. . I am angry that the new spouses/new partners that stand by their sides, have to spend their days and nights in a painful incubator never knowing when the nightmare they share will ever end because they're trying to be endlessly and infinitely supportive. . Do these targeted parents lack the insight or take advantage. I suppose there is room to make an argument that it depends. The question I have for a targeted parent is: How many more people in your life are you ready to risk losing ? You can't, nor should you expect, someone to stick by you, if all you ever do ends up with you losing in court and losing or all your money. . So this post is not for any of you targeted parents out there, I want to talk to the ones that for some godforsaken reason do love you and put up with you and all that you and they are now going through. This is my message to you: . Take control of a bad situation by asserting yourself, over the control your spouse or partner has in making decisions which definitely impact your life. Take charge, by looking into what I have to say in more detail, look beyond this post, for the truth about resolving parental alienation dynamics. There are a few simple ways you can do that, here are some suggestions easy anyone can follow: . 1. Listen to some of my podcasts. You can find them on my website and here is a link to where you can listen to them : https://www.parentalalienation.ca/radio-media-archive/ . 2. Ask for a Free Consultation. . 3. Keep in mind that regardless of any course or direction you now might be pursing, there is still time to change the course. That is important to understand. You CAN stop and move in a different direction. In fact, it is the only way you can get a real positive outcome in your life. Get off the TITANIC mistakes so you don't go down with the ship. . Let me put it bluntly, a targeted parent is a compromised and severely damaged individual, that is far from the best version you'd like them to be. Their decision making is very poor, and that's not entirely their fault, but they are vulnerable victims I believe most of them will defend their cognitive abilities, their skills, and intelligent processes they have no objection to any debate that they are highly functional. That does not mean in their case they don't have substantial weaknesses and you're perhaps the one person in their life to let that all slide by. I'm saying - stop doing that. You have to re-direct what happens. The future you have with them, and for yourself is not in their hands, it's in your hands. . Many couples facing parental alienation problems act is if, or openly tell each other that they make the decisions jointly. If you'd like to go on telling yourself lies, half truths/call it blind loyalty, that's no longer okay to do that. . It's also not fair to children in a blended family to have all the drama they have to go through, the sacrifices they have also have to make to be stuck in the middle of poor decisions that effect their future. It takes a lot of chutzpah to expect that; targeted parents claiming to be dealing with alienation owe a great deal of flexibility to you, whether you are a new spouse, maybe a new partner, a family member putting up financial support to their cause - stop doing that/start asking are their better alternatives we could be looking into ? . If you're worried about the retainer you already paid to some lawyer - don't worry about that, there's an easy way out. . Maybe you're worried about some court order that you think absolutely must be followed so lets just stay the course, you might be able to vacate that court order, or get it modified. . You may have already entered into therapy with your child. It doesn't mean you can't change to a different therapist or get a different type of therapeutic intervention. You might have a guardian ad litem involved in your case/or a lawyer for a child. You may have a parenting coordinator involved - so what, the truth is that can all be changed for a smarter alternative. Also expenses would be less as well. I assume money does matter. . You've got to take charge or you will eventually be led over a severely damaging emotional and financial cliff.
We are excited to launch MDR & Associates - Dr Mark Roseman and coaches/consultants from all across the country offer support to recently divorced or separated parents as well as those rebuilding relationships after high conflict. Through support and coaching, parents can find strengths they never know they had, and bring their best selves to the awesome task of parenting. Join us for a pre-holiday Meet & Greet with our fabulous team of coaches & consultants and learn about what each has to offer! Please join us at 8 pm eastern time next Tuesday at a virtual Meet and Greet with Dr. Mark Roseman and Associates! Please RSVP and feel free to share...
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Danica Joan is on her way to the Houston for the Revealing Unseen Child Abuse Symposium! If you can’t attend the symposium tomorrow, stay tuned to the Custody Matters Live page for LIVE updates, highlights and interviews from the symposium!
It's not too late to make plans to attend this very important Parental Alienation Symposium! Educational credits for professionals! Advocates welcome! Affected family members in attendance will be treated with the utmost respect and compassion! How to purchase tickets, information about an incredible hotel rate, details about the evening meet-and-greet and much more can be found by going to the Revealing Unseen Child Abuse Symposium page at https://www.facebook.com/Revealing-Unseen-Child-Abuse-Parental-Alienation-Symposium-2019-338151136884140/.
Danica Joan and Wendy Perry will be coming at you LIVE throughout the day and evening from the Revealing Unseen Child Abuse (Parental Alienation) Symposium in Houston Texas on October 18, 2019! We will be bringing you LIVE interviews with the presenters, advocates in attendance and anyone "interesting" at the symposium! We will be giving LIVE updates throughout the day about the highlights of the symposium! We will also do some LIVE feeds from the meet-and-greet in the evening! Stay tuned to the CUSTODY MATTERS LIVE page throughout the day and evening on October 18! This very important educational, solution-focused Parental Alienation Conference features Dr Jennifer Harman Ph D ("22 million parents in the United States" researcher and author) and many other experts in the areas of parental alienation, personality disorders, family court and much more. Please note: We will NOT be "broadcasting the symposium." To see the presentations at this symposium, you must ATTEND the symposium! Tickets are still available. For information about ticket sales and hotel discount, visit the Revealing Unseen Child Abuse Symposium page. All mental health professionals, family law attorneys, family court judges, teachers, school administrators, school counselors, affected family members and parent advocates are welcome and encouraged to attend. This conference grants 8 continuing education hours to the professionals listed. Affected family members and parent advocates will be treated with kindness, respect and compassion - we understand it could be an emotional day and are prepared to support you!
INCREDIBLE HOTEL RATE FOR ATTENDEES OF REVEALING UNSEEN CHILD ABUSE (PARENTAL ALIENATION) SYMPOSIUM! Double Tree by Hilton Greenway Plaza Call 713-850-2310 Say you are with Children 4 Tomorrow 2nd Annual Symposium Revealing Unseen Child Abuse and get a rate of only $99 per night By the way, this is where the meet and greet will be held in the evening after the symposium so is the perfect place to stay at an incredible rate!
MEET AND GREET IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE REVEALING UNSEEN CHILD ABUSE (PARENTAL ALIENATION) SYMPOSIUM Doubletree Hilton Private Room with Breathtaking View 2 complimentary drinks and appetizers 6pm - 8pm Exclusively for attendees of the symposium THIS MEET AND GREET IS FREE FOR ATTENDEES OF THE SYMPOSIUM AND IS GOING TO BE VERY SPECIAL (You must attend the symposium to attend the meet and greet.)