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Jugendamt verschleiert Beweise und handelt Unrecht

Gestartet von Andreas Tuschek. Letzte Antwort von jiandan0955 4. Dez 2020. 17 Antworten

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,wir hätte hier eine Angelegenheit, welche die Medien sehr interessieren könnte. Eine Angelegenheit, wo Kinder im Spiel sind und auch darin das Jugendamt durch falsche…Fortfahren

Tags: Kindsentzug, Obhut, Jugendamt

Hunger Strikes

Gestartet von joe jons. Letzte Antwort von jiandan0955 4. Dez 2020. 1 Antwort

Hello,In Delanshar, they are arrested and thrown in jail. Once in a cell they are allowed no contact with media, family or anyone, and then they are given no food until they die. In other words: they…Fortfahren

Väter ohne Rechte

Gestartet von Robert. Letzte Antwort von jiandan0955 4. Dez 2020. 7 Antworten

Ich bin Vater einer 2 Jährigen Tochter und habe mich von der Kindesmutter getrennt, da sie erneut an Bolimie erkrankt ist!Nun ist es so,dass das Jugendamt nichts dagegen unternimmt! Die Kindesmutter…Fortfahren

Erhebt euch. Seit nicht Still. Sucht nach Betroffenen und Unterstützt einander.

Gestartet von Papa Lino. Letzte Antwort von jiandan0955 4. Dez 2020. 1 Antwort

papalino.forte@gmail.comHallo liebe Leute, danke das ihr da seits.Um mich, meine Familie und meine Kinder zu schützen möchte ich ein bisshen Bedeckt bleiben. Aber für euch werde ich mich öffnen, und…Fortfahren

http://mc.vanderbilt.edu/pasg/

INTRODUCTION TO PARENTAL ALIENATION DATABASE

This online database pertains to parental alienation, a mental condition in which a child – usually one whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict separation or divorce – allies strongly with one parent (the preferred parent or alienating parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the target parent or alienated parent) without legitimate justification.

This database contains more than 1,000 books, book chapters, and articles published in mental health or legal professional journals. Most of these references pertain directly to parental alienation and parental alienation syndrome; some of the references pertain to a closely related topic such as divorce, child custody, parenting time, or sexual abuse. Newspaper and magazine articles and unpublished presentations at professional meetings are not included, unless they are unusually important.

The most robust topic in this database is qualitative and quantitative research regarding parental alienation and parental alienation syndrome. Qualitative or descriptive research refers to scores of professional articles and book chapters – usually by mental health professionals – that document the phenomenon of parental alienation. There are important, but fewer, references regarding quantitative research. Clinicians and researchers have published material on the prevention of parental alienation. There have also been important articles, chapters, and books on the treatment of parental alienation. In order to provide a comprehensive resource, this database includes criticisms of parental alienation and parental alienation syndrome. The most vivid accounts of parental alienation are books written by rejected parents who relate in detail the events in their own families. The international scope of parental alienation is reflected by references in this database from 35 countries on six continents.

Most of this database was originally published in Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals (2013). The publisher, Charles C Thomas, has given permission to incorporate that bibliography into this database. This database has been a joint project of the Parental Alienation Study Group (www.pasg.info) and Knowledge Management at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. To suggest additions or corrections to this database, contact William Bernet, M.D. (william.bernet@vanderbilt.edu).

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