The Village Speaks. Parental Alienation Syndrome

The alienation of my stepchildren against their father began in the 1970’s. We dealt with an abusive parent (and yes, parental alienation IS abuse) for decades. It may be too late for us, but it’s encouraging to see the issue of parental alienation is finally getting some much-needed recognition.

Aria E. Appleford

You can bully a child but you cannot bully me nor the millions of other thinking caring adults who recognize the damage you are doing to that child as abuse. Tell whatever stories to yourself that you have to in order to go to sleep at night but I will never be silenced. Keep telling your lies to the people who will listen and nod but even they are talking to everyone behind your back and condemning what you are doing. When we make choices to live our lives in reprehensible ways you have to be prepared to live with your own reflection when someone holds up the mirror. Your anger at everyone else is sadly misplaced because they are not the problem for speaking out against it, YOU are the problem for having committed these acts. I hope that people might find the grace to extend to you when…

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