The Process of Narcissistic Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

The Alienation Process

  • feeling betrayed or rejected by the targeted parent
  • revenge, jealousy, fear, insecurity, anger
  • using the children as pawns to get a better divorce settlement
  • badmouthing the rejected parent
  • speaking negatively about the rejected parent, to or in front of the children
  • inaccurately or untruthfully telling the children about the rejected parent, or suggesting they are unsafe or dangerous
  • exaggerating minor flaws in the rejected parent
  • inappropriate confiding adult information with the children
  • interfering in the children’s contact with the rejected parent, such as throwing out their gifts and letters
  • calling excessively during the time with the rejected parent
  • forbidding any reference to or photos of the rejected parent
  • scheduling activities that compete with the rejected parent’s time with the children
  • monitoring or forbidding communication or time with the rejected parent
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