Tell Congress: Abolish Parental Alienation!

Please don't allow another child to suffer do to parental alienation.


We The Undersigned Call Upon The Senate/ Congress Of The United States Of America to Stop Parental Alienation By Making it A Crime Punishable By Law.

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 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.

A parent should not have the right to want to damage the relationship of their own child with the other parent at their own child's expense!

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 do 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.

?When you do nothing, you feel overwhelmed and powerless. But when you get involved, you feel the sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better.?

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. -- Grace

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Public Comments (2,704)
Apr 15th, 2018
Someone from Naples, FL writes:
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I LOVE my Daughter to the Moon & BACK. There are millions of children/families that have been affected by this parent/grandparent alienation which is usually at onset of high-conflict divorce and not gender specific. To remove a loving mother and WHOLE OTHER SIDE OF FAMILY from child's life is not only abuse but also a child protection issue! I was divorced when daughter just over 2 years old. I included father in all facets of her life yet he trampled my rights as a mother. My daughter has been severely brainwashed by her father. Family Court/CPS --The System did/does nothing to protect 'in the child's best interests'. In my case, her father decided he then wanted custody and didn't want to pay child support. He initiated through her middle school as father accuse me of abuse. The school says they legally have to investigate since daughter has 2-3 'cat scratches' on her arm. Obviously nothing to substantiate any charges. However, the court-ordered counseling didn't happen. The visitation time was little to none. No one was there to support mother-daughter relationship, visitation time, or mediate anything on father's pathogenic/controlling/manipulative nature. Every day I think about her and PRAY. I have had no contact for almost 11 years. We have been excluded from all of the monumental moments; 1st dance, prom, graduations, engagement, etc. We were not invited to her wedding and have never met my son-in-law, his family, or 2-years old grand daughter. I know in my heart I did EVERYTHING I could/can but had so many roadblocks. I WILL NEVER GIVE UP for the sake of my daughter or all the innocent children!!!
Dec 18th, 2017
Robert B. from West Chester, PA writes:
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Parental alienation is an atrocity against young people and must be stopped.
Dec 18th, 2017
Alicia C. from Puyallup, WA writes:
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I miss you lj & john. Going on 4 years apart and I can't wait til I can hold you guys in my arms again. I love you both so much!
Dec 6th, 2017
Derek C. from Boise, ID writes:
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I see my kids 6% of the month. My ex thinks that just because i was once a drug adict that I am worthless. I am 13 yrs clean and sober. I have had a very good job for a long time and continue to get promotions. My new wife and i are full time college students and very ingulfed in the community. We are in the heat of battle as I am wrighting this. She has told my son and daughter that I hate them and have a new family. She has also manipulated them to think that I am out to hurt her by taking them away. She has no ambition or drive to do anything with her life. I am not trying to hurt her. I am trying to provide a real future to my children. All my ex wants is money. I pray for many parents and hope we as good fathers/mothers get what we need to provide for our children.
Nov 27th, 2017
David N. from Dallas, TX signed.
Nov 20th, 2017
Guinness M. from Seattle, WA writes:
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It’s going on two years since I’ve been “allowed” to see my son, Avram. His mother received her masters degree in psychology at the end of spring quarter of last year, a mere weeks before Avram and I were separated. Yet she claims in the months leading up to that day that it was I who was manipulating her! This follows a pattern of hers wherein she uses projection, gaslighting, and her nonexistent victim hood to gain a protective order prohibiting me from contacting my only child. I was always the one who tried the most to make coparenting work. I wrote a simple list of boundaries after a disagreement we had, to which she said she would follow suit. That never happened. Then, I offered to find a neutral counselor with the intention to start family counseling. However, on the day of the first appointment, she called ahead to notify the therapist that she wasn’t feeling well, but was willing to reschedule. As history tends to repeat itself, on the Of April 22, 2016 (I’m able to remember that date as it was the day after Prince died, and I was already feeling heavy with grief), she again called, this time only two hours before the appointment, to say that she wasn’t “ready”. It was precisely at this point that I knew I was losing Avram. She had already been playing games like this, as well as not communicating, willfully not acknowledging my perfectly reasonable requests to establish boundaries, using gaslighting and micro-aggressions in our now tense conversations, and employing her special brand of psychology to project me as a narcissist with a personality disorder, when in fact, it has come to light that these are her diagnoses. I do live with Major Depression Disorder and PTSD, which she also chose to ignore. To make matters worse, Avram is a special needs child who is nonverbal. We used to have intimate conversations about other parents didn’t know how good they had it to have their child tell them he/she loved them. However, Avram is a genuinely sweet and compassionate young man who has shown us time and again that he loves both us deeply. Which, in my humble opinion, is just as it should be. I’ve no desire to become a wedge between Avram and his mother. Yet, she has taken full advantage of his so-called disability, and indeed chose to use our son as a pawn. The grief I felt, and still feel, has manifested in ways that have prevented me from successfully doing battle with her in court. I threw myself into school and work to block the inevitable emotional devastation I would have to deal with someday. Even when I was supposed to speak to a judge, I wasn’t notified of the initial hearing, which was to take place the following day. Her abuse of power only seems to have emboldened her, and those close to her. I sign this with little hope, yet all the love I can muster. I love you Avram.
Nov 3rd, 2017
Amber T. from Duluth, MN writes:
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My husband hasn't seen his kids in 4 months because he is an addict who goes to treatment & has "nothing to offer her kids".
Oct 31st, 2017
Jeff B. from Bluffton, SC writes:
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I haven't seen my children for 4 years. I asked for 50/50 custody and was ready willing and able. The judge gave my ex primary custody and her argument was that she was going to move 5 hours away to the DC area where my sons would have more cultural opportunities than where we currently lived (GA). So my value as a father was over ruled so my kids would have access to museums and sporting events basically. She now lives in Germany with her German husband. I haven't seen my sons since they were 6 & 8 (they are now 10 & 12 and refer to me as "Jeff").
Oct 23rd, 2017
Lara F. from Altamonte Springs, FL signed.
Sep 27th, 2017
jenny b. from Oxnard, CA writes:
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i'm doing this as a former child of parental alienation, and for my step-children.

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