What are the emotional effects of parental alienation?

The emotional effects of parental alienation on you, the parent, will be anger, frustration, disbelief, confusion. The impact on you child will be some confusion but the child will appear to be normal in his or her psychological functioning and emotional functioning when they’re dealing with you. The best way to deal with this is not to react emotionally to your child. Instead, seek out the advice and counsel of an attorney and attempt to reinstate your contact with your son or daughter immediately through the courts.

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