Posts Tagged: high conflict family separation

Undue influence: New thoughts on high conflict in families

The recent focus on undue influence here on the alienation experience blog was inspired by local and global events. There’ve been three new government initiatives in the UK and the global launch of the Open Minds Foundation. This new framework creates a new way to

Undue influence: New thoughts on high conflict in families

The recent focus on undue influence here on the alienation experience blog was inspired by local and global events. There’ve been three new government initiatives in the UK and the global launch of the Open Minds Foundation. This new framework creates a new way to

Climbing the mountain gets easier → 2. Prevention

Recently the highest British mountain, Ben Nevis got bigger. In this blog too, our Climbing the mountain page also got bigger. Yet recent developments mean our mountain looks smaller. How can this be?! One new key idea is that all kinds of coercive or ‘undue influence’ can

Climbing the mountain gets easier → 2. Prevention

Recently the highest British mountain, Ben Nevis got bigger. In this blog too, our Climbing the mountain page also got bigger. Yet recent developments mean our mountain looks smaller. How can this be?! One new key idea is that all kinds of coercive or ‘undue influence’ can

Historic change afoot: winning without the ‘A’ word

After decades of ideological impasse, the major US professional body, the APA, has signalled that an historic change is on its way. Let’s celebrate this long-awaited change and the invisible key that seems to have worked at last. What’s the key?! The

Historic change afoot: winning without the ‘A’ word

After decades of ideological impasse, the major US professional body, the APA, has signalled that an historic change is on its way. Let’s celebrate this long-awaited change and the invisible key that seems to have worked at last. What’s the key?! The

Do this survey – Let’s tick off controlling relationships

Last time we gave you a checklist about harmful psychological coercive persuasion. This time we want everyone to do a survey on it. The checklist is a general description of what happens in several places … in cults, terrorism, bullying, gangs, abusive relationships and other family conflict. With

Do this survey – Let’s tick off controlling relationships

Last time we gave you a checklist about harmful psychological coercive persuasion. This time we want everyone to do a survey on it. The checklist is a general description of what happens in several places … in cults, terrorism, bullying, gangs, abusive relationships and other family conflict. With

Climbing the mountain: 7. Sustained teaming up

Yes, more mountains yet! We’ve climbed the Introduction, Before court, In court, Enduring cases, Raising Awareness, and Coordinating our efforts. Now here’s climb No 7 (of 9) in the Rocky Mountains of high conflict family separation of all kinds. The whole lot is always in the top menu: Climbing

Climbing the mountain: 7. Sustained teaming up

Yes, more mountains yet! We’ve climbed the Introduction, Before court, In court, Enduring cases, Raising Awareness, and Coordinating our efforts. Now here’s climb No 7 (of 9) in the Rocky Mountains of high conflict family separation of all kinds. The whole lot is always in the top menu: Climbing

Being wise about the voice of children

New research on what children think of their parents’ separating has been published. Some time later, the kids say: Don’t stay together if you’re unhappy. They say: Include us but not in the crossfire. They say: We don’t want to choose. A new

Being wise about the voice of children

New research on what children think of their parents’ separating has been published. Some time later, the kids say: Don’t stay together if you’re unhappy. They say: Include us but not in the crossfire. They say: We don’t want to choose. A new

Scots appeal wins with child-focused thinking

Earlier this summer, a master-class of careful child-focused thinking went into a successful appeal against a sheriff ruling in a family court hearing. A sheriff is a Scottish judge. The full report of Lord Eassie’s Inner House Court of Session

Scots appeal wins with child-focused thinking

Earlier this summer, a master-class of careful child-focused thinking went into a successful appeal against a sheriff ruling in a family court hearing. A sheriff is a Scottish judge. The full report of Lord Eassie’s Inner House Court of Session