Shameful!

 

This is shameful! One parent offers to cease child support payments for full custody of their child. This speaks to the need for family court reform with child support.   “Child support is intended to support the child-not break the parent emotionally and financially.” Ruth A. S. Nichols

 

#534, Shameful!

Shared from The Child Support Hustle FB page :https://www.facebook.com/TheChildSupportHustle/

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Reality of Narcissistic Tendencies

 

A parent with narcissistic tendencies is unable to put the needs of the child before their own. This is confusing to the child.  This creates a dynamic with the child  putting their own needs and wants aside in order to focus on their parent.

#523, Reality of Narcissistic Tendencies

Clip Their Wings

 

The abnormal relationship promoted by the alienating parent is a form of control and manipulation. Strings of fear and guilt tend to keep the child from venturing out and developing as a person. The child is led to believe they are unimportant and, worse yet, unlovable.  Patterns of communication established in early childhood impact every aspect of the child’s life.  Ego, relationships, and self-esteem are based on the parent-child relationship. Sadly, one can easily become entrapped and pass the family ‘tradition’ down to their own children. Creating an intergenerational pattern of behaviors.

#514, Clip Their Wings.

As shared on Parental Alienation Dynamics, Facebook.com/ParentalAlienationDynamics

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Quote from . Michael Bone, Ph.D.

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Last Letter

 

A father leaves one last message for the son he fought for in family court.  This parent just wanted to have a relationship with his child.   This is a tragic outcome of which there is no return. Will this little boy ever know the struggles this father endured seeking custody.  This child will never know the love of his father.  Suicide among parents of custody is a concern.

If you are thinking about committing suicide because of your family court battle. Please seek help.  You are not alone.

#512, Last Letter

 

Solicitor Agrees

 

Is family court fair? Do both parents have equal rights?  What ruling should be made? Sometimes, judges and attorneys know what the outcome should be in custody rulings  One parent shares their devastating experience in family court. 

“I had the exact same situation today in court (in discussing a similar case) she was caught right out lying on several occasions and I lost.  I told how she mistreated me and the kids.  Without hesitation the judge gave it (custody) to her.  The solicitor said I should have won.  I’m appealing”.

#511, Solicitor Agrees

 

Split in Two

 

This is a simple yet graphic example of what divorce may feel like for a child.  Being pulled by both parents.  The artist creates a sense of hurriedness and urgency.  Father seems to be taking large deliberate strives while the dress of mom is billowing in the wind of the speed.  Where is each parent going?  Regardless of the plans, each seems intent on taking the child with them.  Neither parent seems interested  in communicating with their child.  Will their son have the opportunity to share his thoughts?   

 

#508, Split in Two

 

Words Do Hurt

 

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me” may be a rhyme; however, the reality is words do hurt. In fact, emotional and verbal abuse by a parent has long-term implications of which the victim may never fully recover.  Physical scars may heal.  Emotional scars created by harsh words may never fully go away. 

#506, Words Do Hurt

Categories: Impact on child, Psychological abuse