Another small confirmation that #parentalalienation #pas is started to get noticed. Might be too late for my children, but perhaps we can help those about to start on this most horrible and unwilling of all journeys.
The online presence of those affected by parental alienation is both immense and awe-inspiring. In terms of statistics, typing ‘parental alienation’ in to Google presents one with 1,170,000 results. #PAS on Twitter reaches an audience of 2,107,036 twitter accounts. There is an incalculable number of alienated parents across the developed world passionately campaigning, advocating and pleading online for some kind of social change that will effectively challenge the abuse that is parental alienation.
I myself have now become an active participant of this online community that I previously never knew existed. Like any other topic online, there is a communal sharing of experience, ideas and knowledge. However the outpouring of support for one another online is beyond words. Such support for one another is invaluable, crucial and without doubt in some cases life-saving.
An alienated parent recently tweeted his comparison of the evil of parental alienation to the Star Wars saga. ‘A battle…
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