How to know if your children which includes teens and young adults are suffering from Parental Alienation Syndrome

1) If the children’s alienation of their Fit, Loving Mother (father) has no reasonable or rational basis but instead is based on lies, schemes and acts of intimidation;

2) If a reasonable person would not alienate their Fit, Loving Mother (father) especially for several years without even trying to communicate.

Thus, it can be logically and objectively deduced that the acts of the sick alienating father (mother) and those working with him have THREATENED the children so they are fearful of contacting their Fit, Loving Mother. If not, the children would have ALREADY contacted their Fit, Loving Mother because this is reasonable and rational and also compassionate and reasonable children have compassionate for their Fit, Loving Mother.

Reasonable, rational children want to receive love from and share fun times with their Fit, Loving Mother(father) because this is reasonable. They do not want to “treat her like she is dead” because this is not reasonable or rational behavior.

As always, none of this is legal or any other advice; it is based upon my knowledge and experiences.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;



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