– Difficulty maintaining relationships in the future. – An impaired self-image. – Guilt, anxiety, and depression about their relationship with the alienated parent. – A lack of impulse control. – Problems in school & with their education in general.The attacking or alienating parent is the only person who benefits from such disturbing behavior.
The alienated partner/parent suffers from the abuse dealt by the attacking parent and so do the children. For the child, their sense of family, community, and connection is torn apart, bit by bit, by the attacking parent.Read more on awarenessact.com