April is an important month in the effort to increase awareness of parental alienation and its dangerous effects on everyone involved.
Parental alienation is defined as a behavior by a parent or adult a child trusts that could create alienation in the relationship between the child and a parent.
April 25 is the fifth annual Parental Alienation Awareness Day, put together by the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. As stated on the PAA Day web site, “with awareness and education will come social change. … These adults will understand how their behavior hurts their own children, and if they choose to do it regardless, they will not be able to get away with their behavior as easily as today.”
To help further awareness efforts, throughout the month DadsDivorce.com will feature parental alienation articles, interviews with PA experts, and helpful advice and links to other sites to help ensure everyone is aware of these problems.
To find out how you can help or how to get April 25 recognized in your town, visit the Parental Alienation Awareness Day web site.
Remember to visit DadsDivorce.com throughout the month for articles and interviews on parental alienation and let’s help increase awareness of this damaging problem.