2017 Fathers Day Deprived Alienated and Indoctrinated child tells Father to F off Audio linked
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this is exactly how graphic we need to get. It wasn’t until the media started sharing pictures of Vietnam, did the public start crying out to end the war. Today June 18 2017, the children having a BBQ party with the mother and mothers friends. No call, nothing is encouraged and the kids are made hostile against the father.
Fathers day 2017, if you wish to talk or you know of a person who really needs to have a talk with other fathers forward this email, you are not alone
A young teen girl so easily calls her Father a bitch and tells him to F*** Off while her mother encourages and screams in the back ground. This Father has fought in Canadian Family Courts to maintain a relationship with his children. He professed his concern for their care, Sault Ste Marie Ontario Family Court’s, Algoma Family Services it all fell on def ears. What more is a Father to do than love his children?
What MONSTER of a woman would encourage her children to spew profanities at anyone, especially their Father. This is NOT a Mother, but an sick twisted woman abusing her own children determined to make her ex pay.. The children are hers, he can give up now.
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Audio Source: .m4a file (see link on site)
Severely alienated children treat the rejected parent with extreme hostility, disobedience, defiance, and withdrawal
“There is no question that parental alienation is a form of child abuse. It is a horror show. The damage to children is enormous. When a child loses a parent, they are killing off a part of themselves because there is an identity between the child and both parents. The result is that they become self-injurious. I see all the warning signs and all the flags of the self-hatred: nightmares, anxiety, oppositional behaviour in school, presence of gastrointestinal syndromes, failing school grades, more susceptibility to peers with oppositional behaviours, juvenile delinquency, substance abuse, and depression” – Dr. Raymond Havlicek
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