I learned many very important lessons in life as a young adult when I chose to sue my greedy and criminal parents and sister who were illegally putting their income under my social security number to evade taxes. I refused to OBEY them by going along with their tax evasion scheme; instead I stood up for equal rights, freedom and justice and I prevailed. My lawsuit also helped change the tax laws.
One very important lesson I learned was that it is not the tangible things we have in life that will make us happy, give us self-esteem, pride, compassion and love. Rather it is WHO we choose to share our life with that will enrich us with these important emotions.
Thus, choose very wisely and carefully who you spend your time with. An honest, loving, compassionate person wants to share his or her life with someone who has these same values and wants to be enriched and enrich others in positive ways; not greedy, destructive ones.
Sometimes, as many authors have written; a person decides to emphasize his or her evil side instead of his or her good side. Learn from your mistakes and understand the behavior patterns of evil predators, narcissists and selfish, greedy people so you can pick up on the warning signs and not fall prey.
I love living in the World of Love with honest, compassionate people who have many positive purposes in life. They try to help and enrich others too with their special skills, kindness and thoughtfulness while making our world a better place.
Those who try to harm you or don’t care about your feelings will only make you miserable; no matter how many expensive things you have or they have and try to entice you with them. So, stay away from these people, EVEN IF THEY ARE YOUR OWN FAMILY MEMBERS.
This is a very tough lesson to learn but it is very REASONABLE because you do not reasonably want to be around people who act in destructive ways which they know or should know are harming others, including you. This is their pattern of behavior. If someone so foolishly plays with matches, they know or should know they will harm those around them.
On a lighter note, many very positive actions have been taken in several courts which are promoting OUR REVOLUTION to end fraudulent divorce judgments and other criminal acts commonly associated with Parental Alienation.
Also I will update you on my hearing on Wednesday, May 9th before crooked and evil JUDGE CLAUDIA SILBAR. I am quite confident that everything will be fine because the truth is on my side as many document and records prove.
Specifically, I should have never been deprived of Custody, Visitation and my financial interest in the community estate. I am a loving, law-abiding Woman and Mother who is entitled to the fruits of her labor from her marriage. Slavery was abolished in American many decades ago.
Thus, I am not a vexatious litigant for trying to set the record straight and obtain my legal rights I have been deprived of so that Justice and Democracy will be served. This is what the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ENCOURAGES.
***The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution does not encourage SILENCE by those who have been abused and denied their legal rights.
Here is a great song from one of my favorite movies The Sound of Music. When you are honest, compassionate and live your life in the World of Love; you have confidence in yourself and are proud of who you truly are.
You do not have to have a fake image which you support with lies and schemes.
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 young adult children).