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A COURT BANNED THE OTHER PARENT FROM SEEING THE CHILD THEREFORE THEY MUST BE A VERY BAD PARENT – NO

Sadly too many parents today make false allegations against another parent that have the effect of shutting a parent out of the life of a child.

http://www.smh.com.au/national/false-abuse-claims-are-the-new-court-weapon-retiring-judge-says-20130705-2phao.html

'Its a horrible weapon', Justice David Collier when retiring from the bench.

The first thing an Alienated child needs to ask is did my absent parent do this terrible thing to my Aligned parent. Did they actually see it happen ie did they see their mum or dad physically strike the other parent or if they think hard enough it was based on what the aligned parent or their supporters told them. Remember that the supporters may only be repeating what the Aligned parent told them. Sometimes with the effluxation of time things become blurred and it is hard to remember. Sometimes people remember seeing things that they did not see because the thought and image was falsely planted into their mind. This is very easy to do especially with young children who are easily influenced. Did they give the other parent a chance to present their receipts of what money they paid or received from the dispute.




The recipe for implanting a false memory.

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Dr Lorandos on suggestibility.

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People tricked into believing they had a ride in a hot air balloon.

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Memory like liberty is a fragile thing.


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Perhaps the allegations against the absent parent are totally true. Perhaps the allegations against the absent parent are true but wildly exaggerated. So what. Maybe the absent parent was provoked. What bad things did the Aligned parent do to the absent parent. Which parent did the worst things ? Which parent is the better story teller ? Which parent is more skilled at bending the truth to get allies on side ? Does it matter. All we need to do is know that divorce brings out the worst in people and it is no reason to abandon a loving parent.

An example of a child that rejected a parent based on a false claim of financial abuse:

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An example of a child that rejected a parent based on a false claim of violence:

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Dr Julia Shaw  (3 mins 30 sec) advises that it is not possible to remember events before 3 years of age.

A child of divorce that has bad memories of one of their parents needs as in the above example to go to counselling to help them establish whether or not their memories were of real events and give them therapy how to deal with it.

What happened to Mr Peabody's apples by Maddona.

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Children of divorced parents need to connect with other children to find out what is normal and what is not. There are many groups of adult children on the internet to join up with. Here are some snippets of information from some young people whose parents divorced.

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