How Step-Parents Cause Parental Alienation

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1 How Step-Parents Cause Parental Alienation
1.1 Types of Parental Alienation
1.2 Reduced Contact with Biological Parent
1.3 Comparisons
1.4 Ignoring
1.5 Eavesdropping Ears
How Step-Parents Cause Parental Alienation
Without a concentrated effort to maintain a healthy relationship between children and both of their biological parents, a step-parent might cause feelings of parental alienation between children and their non-custodial parent. This is especially true when a child is too young to have formed long-term memories with a biological parent. A mother might unintentionally turn her children against their father by making sarcastic comments about him to her new spouse or praising her new spouse for doing things better or differently than her ex. A custodial father might remarry and the step-mother may begin to fill the role of a mother to his young children.

Types of Parental Alienation
Naive Alienators
Active Alienators
Obsessed Alienators
These are the common type of alienation found .The way in which Step-Parents cause parental alienation is discussed here


4 comments on “How Step-Parents Cause Parental Alienation”
  1. Reblogged this on Madison Elizabeth Baylis and commented:

    Melissa allowed dave to do this

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    1. LovesBlues says:

      I would love to network with you and promote an end to PAS together

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Wow loads of useful info!

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