As I prepare for my oral arguments before the California Court of Appeals on May 23, 2018 which is my daughter’s birthday; I realize how horrible my children have treated me as teenagers and now as young adults.
My three children have gone along with their angry, greedy, crooked father who is trying to make me into a criminal. They have helped their father obtain fraudulent and invalid restraining, stay-away and other protective orders against me when they know or should know I have always been an honest, loving law-abiding Mother as many records and my behavior prove, beyond a reasonable doubt.
They have also refused to contact me for 10 years now, knowing that I have been trying to contact them so we can reasonably and civilly resolve the Parental Alienation. This is what reasonable adults do; they sit down and civilly try to resolve their differences.
I have realized how lucky I am since I understand the hard truth which is that I am so much happier and healthier since I seem to gravitate to those who are honest and kind and also live in the World of Love and understand the importance of losing all the others; even if this includes my own children and family members who have BECOME CORRUPT AND REFUSE TO CHANGE.
I am so grateful that I am attracted to those who are kind, caring and reasonable and the others who have come into my life who are the opposite and live in the World of Corruption; I am grateful I do not waste my time and energy trying to please them and accept their ultimatums and detrimental ways.
As a result, I realize how lucky I am to live in such a great city as Los Angeles with so many kind and reasonable people who are pursuing very positive goals to not only help themselves but to also help others reach their beautiful potential and find love and happiness too.
Thus, I understand that if my mother, sister and other relatives and also my still legal husband and my three children want to collectively live in the World of Corruption while pretending to be honest, kind and reasonable; then that is their prerogative.
I am just so grateful my wise, compassionate Grandfather Ben, Judge James S. Sfekas, my therapists Conrad Nathan and Amy Goldman, my law school professor Larry Rosenthal and others I have met in my life showed me how to live independently in the World of Love having fun and being happy with others like me.
I have learned the importance of having an inner sense of peace which comes from being proud of your character, values and honest and worthy accomplishments; despite what those living in the World of Corruption think and say about you.
Thus, on my daughter’s upcoming birthday and for all my children and millions of other alienated children; I hope one day you can be as grateful as I am living in the World of Love. This is what I wish for you, always.
As always, none of this is legal or any other advice; it is based upon my knowledge and experience.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org
Parental Alienation is a form of abuse that destroys the sacred bond between a loving parent and their child at the time of a divorce. (Child includes teen and adult children).