How do I recognize the signs of parental alienation?

Parental alienation has a number of sides, and we’ve talked in another video about looking at what behaviors are. If you’re dealing with your child one on one, they sit in their room all day, they don’t want to have anything to do with you. Two, they want to be with their friends and have excuses not going out and doing family activities. Three, they actually say negative things to your face. Four, they act is if they’re afraid of being around you. Five, they find excuses of not coming to your time sharing or visitation. Six, they are talking to other people in negative terms about you. Seven, they act as if they’re afraid of you.

You see any of those things going on, then you know you have a potential parental alienation situation developing. Then you must take the steps necessary to try to minimize it or eliminate it.

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