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Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Judge Kelly: Impeachment Probe Would Undermine NH Justice System - From The Website Of The NH Bar Association
The following is an excerpt of the testimony provided by Hon. Edwin W. Kelly, Administrative Judge of the District Court and the Family Division at a Feb. 22 hearing of the NH House Judiciary Committee. He was commenting on HR 7, which directed the committee to investigate whether grounds exist to impeach marital master Phillip Cross and/or any justice of the New Hampshire superior court.
The Associated Press
Monday, March 21, 2011
If You Know Of Any Attorneys Anywhere In The Country That Specialize In Helping Clients Deal With Parental Alienation Please Forward Your Information.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
People That Don't Feel Parental Alienation Syndrome Exist Need To Go To The Blog "The Angry Daughter - PAS Parental Alienation Syndrome"
You really need to read this blog so that you can see just how PAS can effect a person well into there adult life. I have to praise the Angry Daughter coming forward with her story.
In the Angry Daughter's blog description she writes, "This blog is about my childhood dealing with PAS Parental Alienation Syndrome cause by my mother. I am 32 years old now & it still effects my life. To those who say there is no such thing you have no clue what you are talking about or maybe you don't want it to be recognized because you are the one's doing it to your kids. My heart aches for those children that get caught in the middle & are treated like a weapon against their other parent."
The angry daughter's story is very real. The following is a poem that she wrote and posted.
Tuesday, 5 February, 2008
Poem To My Mother (From the Angry Daughter)
Who do you see?
Is it the person you want to be?
Or is it some one whom you do not know.
All of these lies that you know are not so.
Created from hatred revenge & spite.
Why do you bother you have lost this fight...
I have told you time & time again.
I will not rest until the vary end.
Rising above all that is untrue you have told.
Tearing down your lies with every thing that I hold.
I will not be silenced,
I will scream it from afar.
A stronger person I will always be.
For I had to live with a mother like she...
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
As you may recall from one of my recent posts, while speaking with my eleven year old son recently, he said to me that I wasn't a father to him and that I never really was a father to him. Reading this article made me realize just what is going on in the minds of a child that has been alienated.
As the article states, "PAS is not a situation that can be managed or controlled. An alienated parent is powerless without successful family therapy or court orders designed to repair the parent/child relationship. All this parent can realistically do is reinforce positive messages to the child—“I love you. I’m still your mother/father. I will always be here for you.” The parent should try and remain calm. He or she shouldn’t raise his or her voice or use force."
While I feel that this is sound advice, it comes back to the same problem that many of us alienated parents deal with on a regular basis. We don't have the resources to deal with these issues in court. I personally was tapped out by my ex-wife and her scheming litigation attorney Jaye Rancourt of BCLI. Unethical attorney's like Rancourt will try to make you spend all of your money defending yourself. They are looking to destroy you and break the bank. Once the bank is broken, if you had an attorney, they will leave you since you no longer have any money. Watch out for this. If you go up against Rancourt, this is her method of operation. Hit hard and destroy the defenders ability to fight back. She will do this at the expense of your children. What does this say about Rancourt's ethics as an attorney?
Read the article and let me know what you think.
Parental Alienation Syndrome: What Do You Do When Your Child Stops Seeing You as Mom or Dad?
Children’s Voice Magazine, July/August 2004
Friday, March 11, 2011
Testimony of Stevan Gressitt, M.D. On January 17th 2006 To "Committee On Children and Family Law" Again Gives Disturbing Account Of Issues With The NH Family Court System
Testimony in Support of HB 1585
Testimony of Stevan Gressitt, M.D. On March 3rd 2005 Gives Disturbing Account Of Issues With The NH Family Court System
Thursday, March 10, 2011
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Tuesday, March 8, 2011
I recently came across this information which was on the NH Commission For The Status Of Men Website. As I read this I noticed a lot of similarities with what is going on with my children and my ex-wife. For example I noted the obsessive bonding between my oldest son and my ex-wife plus my children have been isolated from any of my perspectives. I have highlighted several areas in which I can relate to with my children. I really feel that to understand the Stockholm Syndrome can help you to cope with what is going on in the minds of your children if they are the victims of parental alienation.
Stockholm SyndromeBonding to one's captor (abuser) is a survival strategy for victims that has been observed in a variety of hostage-taking situations.
Sunday, March 6, 2011