Similarities between the Game of Chess and peacefully but effectively defeating evil predators like my (still) legal husband Mark Hassman which includes those aiding and abetting him who are part of the Criminal Conspiracy and Racketeering Enterprise promoting the terrorists acts of Parental Alienation.

I love the game of chess and found a class at my local library in Los Angeles which meets monthly with an amazing chess instructor. There have been about a dozen people who attend, mostly older adults like me, along with teens who compete in competitions and a few parents who bring their young children.

I am very impressed with the instructor who has the ability to move around the circle going in and out of each of our games and instructing us on moves at our own level. He also conducts a lesson at the beginning of the class mainly for beginners and for those of us trying to refresh our skills.

To begin, when peacefully fighting evil predators and also in playing chess it is important to focus your mind so you can SEE your problem or potential problem and then CONFRONT it. You cannot act like a COWARD who tries to ignore your problem thinking it will go away when it will actually get worse and destroy you.
However, to be able to SEE your problem and then CONFRONT IT; a person must be aware of his or her inadequacies and get therapy or lessons to turn their inadequacies into strengths and a winning move and game.

In both the game of chess and in peacefully fighting evil predators; you must LEARN TO PROTECT yourself by focusing on YOUR good values and YOUR effective skills regardless what your opponent or adversary does. Expose THE TOTALITY OF THE EVIDENCE which will expose motive and intent as well as “the whole truth and nothing but the truth.” 
In chess, bring out your chess pieces to the center of the board so they can be used effectively just as you use the TRUTH effectively.

Often your opponent or adversary becomes complacent and thinks he or she is omniscient and consequently cannot SEE the approaching problem. They cannot open their eyes so they can see and commonly never will because they refuse to evaluate their scars from their past because they are FEARFUL. They are fearful of facing the truth and would rather live in agony and live repeating their same mistakes; not learning from them by changing their destructive, losing ways.

Thus without facing the truth, your opponent or adversary will not have self-confidence, will not have self-respect and will live with shame and guilt as they try to promote their false image and reputation. Some call this business and politics but it ultimately leads to a losing position and a losing game due to abuse of power, not understanding and not being able to see the truth.

Also, the less powerful Pawns are very important pieces in chess even though many think they should be treated as expendable and considered objects of collateral damage. 
Similarly, evil predators like those who promote Parental Alienation and the crimes which commonly accompany this terror think Women, Mothers and their Children should also be treated as expendable and considered objects of collateral damage so that they can PROFIT AT THEIR EXPENSE even though this is against the laws of the United States. Women, Mothers and their Children are NOT SLAVES or PROPERTY and are entitled to Equal Rights under our laws.

Peacefully and effectively fighting evil predators as when playing chess; don’t attack the threat made by your opponent or adversary. Instead, be INDEPENDENT by making a reasonable, wise threat or strategic move of your own. In other words, play YOUR OWN hand, not theirs and stick to the FACTS; don’t defend their lies and schemes. 
Remember, in peacefully and effectively fighting evil predators, the law is on your side and I also believe GOD is beside you too.
In chess, can you guess who the strongest and most powerful player of the board is? It is the beautiful, wise and compassionate Lady, The Queen.

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).

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