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March 1, 2018

Our society knows that parental incarceration is traumatic for a child, so it acts accordingly to mitigate this trauma. Since our institution have yet to recognise parental alienation as a similar source of trauma, it seems children of deceased and incarcerated parents...

January 24, 2018

Dear Judge:

It’s me again. You remember me, don’t you?

Oh, you don’t? I’m that pro se dad – you were really, really mad at me when I appeared in your courtroom at the end of last year. I’m still wondering why you were so angry; I guess I’ll never really know.

Well, I told...

December 13, 2017

Dear Judge:

You won. I’m about to give up. Here’s my dismissal. Merry Christmas.

Wait a minute; don’t put down that gavel so fast. I have some things I want to tell you… some things I HAVE to tell you, and some questions I want to ask.

Do you want to know WHY I’m consider...

I often look back on the last 3 years of my life and ask why I have given so much time, money and energy in fighting a battle to see my kids. It's overwhelming sometimes to think that I've exerted enough energy to supply Las Vegas with 24 hours of power. I'm left wonde...

June 28, 2017

I attended my son’s high school graduation; the decision about which I wrote earlier this month. If I had to use one word to describe my experience, it would be “wistful”.  But if I had to use two words, I would say, “Mission accomplished.”

I was up early – very early –...

This Father's Day blog is an excerpt from a story of a daughter that gets to see parental alienation as the force that severed her from her father. Look for the full article by Victoria Johnson in the Summer issue of Parent Survival Guide Magazine.

A handsome gray-haire...

June 1, 2017

It is that time of year – graduation.  My son will be graduating from high school this year, and I haven’t spoken to him in two years.  I don’t know whether he went to the prom (no pictures on Facebook posted by the ex), but I do know that graduation is around the corn...

The alienation wasteland is where days like today go to die. Futile. Unremarkable. Even unmemorable, despite their anguish – because there is already so much anguish that it no longer marks time.

Today is the fifth day my partner and I have spent dealing with something...

December 21, 2016

The holidays. A time for cheer. A time for laughter. A time for family traditions. But what happens when those traditions are different now that you’re divorced? What happens when the kids are ambivalent at best about coming over because of how they have been poisoned...

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