Unfortunately, being a targeted parent or caregiver has thrust most of us outside the limits of what we thought possible from another person—weaponizing a child or children to gain control and harm. I think it safe to say that if
by Suz Remus This post, written by Suz, is in response to and support of Dr. Childress’s recent post “Karen Woodall – Stop It“. Suz has been a force for change in helping to raise awareness of attachment-based parental alienation.
My high school history teacher told me on multiple occasions when considering what anyone says to “consider the source”. Wise words. As I’ve gotten older I’ve realized many aspects them as I enter into year three of this divorce/alienation nightmare.
I said to my friend Suz Remus that if what we are all working on is getting too much resistance to go to a plan “B”. She said, and I realize rightly so, “THERE IS NO PLAN B.” And so…
Last year, as I was embarking on what was to be the hardest year of my life in many respects, I was at a hearing that was to determine a temporary custody arrangement. It was already more than a year
We owe it to ourselves and our children to show them that no matter what life throws at us, we can choose to use it to our advantage whenever possible. I do not think everyone who reads this will like
Hi! Okay – you’ve asked, “How can I help”? Well, here is how! This letter is from Suz Remus, a targeted parent and friend who I mentioned in my previous post who stopped believing the lie that she was powerless
Today, a bill was published on the FLA legislative website addressing Child Psychological Abuse in FLA.Congratulations, Suz Remus and Dr. Childress! To see a description, go here: https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2017/01342/?Tab=BillText To see the actual bill, go here: https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2017/1342/BillText/Filed/PDF AND remember this– Suz
“A grandparent is talking with their grandchild and says there are two wolves inside of us which are always at war with each other. One of them represents things like peace, bravery, and love. The other represents things like upset,
Recently, I saw a post on a Facebook about yet another attempt at making the PAS (syndrome) model of parental alienation go more mainstream. I saw someone get annoyed but I think—barring those who are allies of the disordered