Through the Pained-Glass Window of Twitter: The Trauma, Sorrow and Destruction of Parental Alienation

by Dan O'Shea (Author), Marnie Grundman (Author)

This is a story of one person's journey into and through Parental Alienation Syndrome and the experience of trauma, sorrow and destruction that comes with the syndrome. As a devoted husband and father of 32 years, it came suddenly and unexpectedly, from those dearly loved, who became the alienator and enablers.

Parental Alienation Syndrome, PAS, knows no gender, race, religion, stature in life or ethnicity, both fathers and mothers become alienators. It holds no special favors to anyone, it lingers and stalks regardless of any background in life, and it attacks when its time and moment are ripe. It destroys not only the close family members, but extended family as well; brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandparents, nieces and nephews and most importantly, the children - sons and daughters.

For the most part PAS is ignored by the Psychological Community and the legal system and as they continue to turn a blind eye to the syndrome. Parental Alienation Syndrome is a social abuse growing significantly and only when this form of abuse strikes, do most alienated parents realize it exists. In reading, you will learn to recognize its symptoms.

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Publication date
July 17, 2017
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