Parental Alienation Child Abuse NO MORE. Automatic (50/50) shared joint custody by default in court..
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We, the undersigned, are requesting The President of the United States, U.S. Congresspersons, Senators, and other Government employees and appointees to address the issue to Stop Parental Alienation and Make it a Crime Punishable by Law. As citizens of the U.S., we expect our government officials to represent us, address our valid concerns, having a severe impact, both short and long term, violence on our children's population.
We call upon our representatives to take measures to preserve family Integrity and abolish state sponsored Parental Alienation and Child Protective Service child-taking - too. We propose that child custody should no longer be decided by one Judge but by a panel of 6 to 12 Jurors. The aim of the petition is to make the general public, judges, police officers, mental health care workers, child protection agencies, lawyers, as well as friends and family of the targeted children or their parents become aware of this growing problem. We need your help to protect the innocent children. We need your help to educate and make aware to the public the effects of Parental Alienation and Hostile Aggressive Parenting.
This petition is for all children world wide who are suffering as a result of the selfish affairs between two parents. When a child is alienated from a parent, it is not just a mere separation between two people, it is the creation of a life-long hiatus affecting the child for the rest of his/her life.
The emotional hole left in the child from the loss of a parent is generally filled with a great deal of negativity including, but not limited to: eating disorders, cutting themselves, criminal activities, antisocial and acting out behaviors, defiance, disrespect for all authority, cognitive distortion, depression, anxiety and suicide.
Parental Alienation is child abuse by one parent who ?programs? the child or children of the marriage to denigrate or ?target? the other parent in an effort to undermine and interfere with the child?s relationship with that parent. This syndrome is often a sign of the offending parent?s inability to separate from the couple?s conflict and focus on the child?s needs. Rather, the offending parent uses the children in his or her war against the other parent.
Parental Alienation deprives children of their right to be loved and to show love to both of their parents. The alienating parent (and often other family members) mentally manipulate or bully children into believing a loving parent is the cause of all of the their or the family?s problems; therefore the other parent must be the enemy, be feared, hated, disrespected and avoided. Hatred is not a normal emotion for children, rather it must be taught.
Signs of Parental Alienation include:
3.Withdrawing love/getting angry
4.Telling child target parent doesn?t love him or her
5.Forcing child to choose/express loyalty
6.Bad-mouthing to create impression targeted parent is dangerous
7.Confiding in child about adult relationship
8.Limiting contact with extended family
9.Belittling target parent in front of child
10.Creating conflict between child and target parent
Every child has a fundamental right and need for a loving relationship with both parents and to be denied that right by one parent, without sufficient justification (abuse, serious neglect, etc.), is in itself a form of child abuse, since it is the child who is violated by an alienating parent?s behavior. The children suffer most. Reunification of the family takes a skilled professional and can be a trying time since the children are often in a continued abusive relationship with the alienating parent, who cannot let go of his or her own conflict with the other parent.
Children deserve better as Parental Alienation leaves children with deep emotional scars as damaging as abducted children or victims of sexual abuse and extreme conflicts. Children often are left with post-traumatic stress syndrome due to the damage caused by the alienating parent. The severe effects of Parental Alienation on children are well-documented: low self-esteem and self-hatred, lack of trust, depression and substance abuse are widespread in children who have suffered through parental alienation. Children internalize the hatred that is taught to be targeted to the alienated parent.
The absence of love and the lack of presence to the child from many of his/her family members, such as: Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Brothers, and Sisters. It uproots the child's identity, and by doing this horrific act they are destroying the child's emotional foundation.
Parental Alienation Syndrome does not differentiate age. Parental Alienation Syndrome does not prejudice only the very young. Parental Alienation Syndrome is real and can affect anyone of any age and gender. It is ageless, genderless and most of all, the most painful form of psychological abuse a guardian can inflict on another human being. Until the judges, counselors, child protection agencies and attorneys accept the fact that Parental Alienation Syndrome has no preferences and can occur to anyone at any time in his or her life, this form of Domestic Violence will continue to grow and destroy families.
What we do to help our children today as a nation will remain immortal. We must abolish Parental Alienation.Parental Alienation is a crime committed against innocent children and should be punishable by law.
Please don't allow another child to suffer due to Parental Alienation. Make the difference by signing this petition.
Please, help abolish Parental Alienation. It affects all of us.
We must have emotionally stable children in order to live in a stable world.
If you are reading this petition find it in your heart to understand the pain and the suffering of innocent children. Every single signature is going to make the difference to help abolish the pain and suffering due to Parental Alienation.
Being there for your children at all times is the indispensable element of pure love.
Dr. Michelle King
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Public Comments (4,273)
Apr 12th, 2017Richard B. from Greeneville, TN writes:
Parental alienation is the worse kind of child abuse. This has been over looked by the courts and child protection agencies way to long
Apr 12th, 2017Richard B. from Greeneville, TN writes:
Parental alienation is the worse kind of child abuse. This has been over looked by the courts and child protection agencies way tolong
Apr 12th, 2017Richard B. from Greeneville, TN signed.
Apr 6th, 2017Brandon W. from Cataula, GA writes:
Both parents made child therefore both should raise child otherwise give up your rights if you want no part in raising and responsibilities
Mar 28th, 2017Marjorie P. from Corning, OH writes:
Children need both parents not just a Grandparent who thinks they have all the rights in the world to make decisions for the child. Please help pass this law for the parents rights to be able to see their child. No one person should be able to make this decision. Pass this law now.
Mar 27th, 2017Someone from Thornville, OH writes:
Emotional child abusers need to be held accountable
Mar 20th, 2017VERONICA V. from Adrian, MI writes:
PA,PAS,DV BY PROXY AND CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE ARE MANY DIFFERENT WAYS TO THE SAME DESTRUCTION OF CHILDREN WHO WILL ONE DAY BE BROKEN ADULTS. THINK ABOUT THAT OUR CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE SO WHAT IS BEING ACCOMPLISHED BY RIPPING THEM APART AND MAKING THEM SO ANGRY FOR NO JUSTIFYING REASON? ENOUGH IS ENOUGH HOW MANY MORE KIDS NEED TO SUFFER AT THE HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE SUPPOSE TO BE THE ONES PROTECTING THEM!! THE COURTS NEED TO SEE IT FOR WHAT IT IS AND THAT IS CHILD ABUSE OUR CHILDREN ARE BEING EMOTIONALLY ABUSED AND MOST OF THEM DON'T EVEN KNOW IT. REFORM IS WHAT IS NEEDED.
Mar 12th, 2017Myra R. from Atlanta, GA writes:
Parental Alienation is definitely child abuse. My daughter in law has taken my 3 Granddaughters and made it very difficult for their Father to see them. She is nowhere to be found when the Court has stated that My Son is to have his Children. It is definitely affecting my Grandchildren and they have voiced this. I fear it is going to affect everything in their lives. They were very close with their Father.
Mar 11th, 2017Someone from Woodinville, WA writes:
This is emotional child abuse and we need to have a way to hold perpetrators accountable to the law. When these decisions are being made, it is of the utmost importance that a trial by jury be implemented, rather than leaving all decisions up to 1 judge who is likely influenced heavily by 1 social worker. This change in procedure is paramount to obtaining due process in family court.
Mar 9th, 2017Lynda P. from San Diego, CA writes:
Always put your child first.