Parent Alienation Awareness – Exploring the depths of despair of a targeted parent


Parent Alienation depths of despair

Through a frank conversation about life and book, The Look of LoveOpens in a new tab., Jill Egizii tells the story of a bitter divorce which rages into full-scale warfare, and how the father uses the children as ammunition.  Is the shield of a mother’s love enough to save her children?  Or is it already too late.  We explore the effects of parent alienation on the family; the children, and the targeted parent.   This is a heart-wrenching interview, in which Jill Egizii shares her personal experience of being a targeted parent which ultimately caused her to lose a close and loving relationship with her children.  Jill has put her heart and soul into helping others cope through the annihilation of a formerly positive relationship with one’s children.

Topics in this Podcast include:

  • An explanation and awareness of Parent Alienation Syndrome
  • How to recognize the signs of being a targeted parent
  • Support systems available for the alienated parent
  • Steps parents should take if they think they are being alienated from their children
  • The personal story of an alienated parent, who details her losing battle to save the relationship she once had with her children.

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Parent Alienation Awareness – Exploring the Depths of Despair of a Targeted Parent

Through a frank conversation about life and book, The Look of Love (http://www.thelookoflovebook.com/index.html), Jill Egizii tells the story of a bitter divorce which rages into full scale warfare, and how the father uses the children as ammunition.  Is the shield of a mother’s love enough to save her children?  Or

Parent Alienation 911

Judge Michele Lowrance and Jill Egizi have written a Parental Alienation Workbook entitled Parental Alienation 911.

This product is ideal for anyone who wants to understand the facts about parental alienation.
In particular this product is geared toward arming parents who wonder if they are experiencing alienation with all the information they need to make the best of a difficult, potentially inflammatory situation.
For parents who are already in the midst of an alienation conflict; parents who are suffering from a deterioration in their relationship with their children after divorceOpens in a new tab. this invaluable product offers a myriad of tools and resources for managing the emotional and legal complexities. This information is organized so that you can be as informed and aware as possible about what’s going on. The best thing that can happen is that you reconnect with your children the worst thing that can happen is that you never tried.
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Deborah Moskovitch

This blog post was written by Deborah Moskovitch the author of "The Smart Divorce", the catalyst for this website. This evergreen book covers how to manage the divorce process for a less painful result.

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