How to Handle Parental Alienation
There are some ways that you can handle parental alienation, the most important thing is to make sure that you do not give up on your child. This is going to feed into the disorder more and make it even harder to handle and deal with. You should take the time to let your child know that they are dealing with something, that you understand and that you want to fix the issue, and you want to get back to the way it once was with your child.
If you suspect that your child is dealing with parental alienation you may want to speak with a therapist so that your child can talk through what is bothering them, to see what might be making them unhappy, and to see what you can do on your part to see what can be done. This is not something that is going to change your relationship with your kid forever, if you do not allow it to.
Taking the time to get your custody agreement taken care of, making sure you stick to it, and to make sure that you are taking the time to talk to your child can really make a difference. Kids need structure, they need you as a parent to put forth the effort to help them work through issues like parental alienation. Though it might seem like the end of the line, it does not have to be the end of your relationship with your child. A great custody agreement is going to add structure, help you keep seeing your child, and is going to help the both of you overcome the issues that come with an issue like parental alienation.
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