Parental alienation is a term used when a child rejects one parent for unjustified, unrealistic, or unusual reasons. This phenomenon most often occurs when parents divorce, and the divorce or separation is usually highly conflictual. Parental alienation is believed to be a form of emotional or psychological abuse. The harm done to children subjected to parental alienation strategies are long-term and can endure throughout their lives.
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