Sunday, September 07, 2008

The word NO

The word NO is not used often enough in custody cases. I believe this especially true when there is parental alienation occurring. The judge does not say NO STOP or NO the child must have contact with both parents. Instead the judge allows a child to say NO I do not want to see the other parent and the judge allows this.

I believe this sets children to believe that they can say NO without any repercussion. What will happen when this child becomes an adult and has a job and does not want to do something? Well of course, they have been taught that NO is an acceptable response. One that tells their boss NO could be fired for insubordination. Has anyone looked at the news and seen the amount of young people arrested for crimes? Perhaps if these kids heard the word NO a bit more often they may not be in trouble.

Parental alienation is child abuse. Stop the abuse!

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