Hi Miriam,I'm not quite sure what you're asking but am happy to try and help if possible.Can you please tell me the context behind your question and the source of the quoted statement?Thanks!Ben
A lawyer said that in response to a custodial; parentbehavior & attitude towards non-custudial parent.
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What defines alienation from parental alienation
" Parental alienation is a subdiagnosis of alienation." HUH????
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