"Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs?" - a Book on How to Deal with Hostile Aggressive Parenting During and After a Divorce

"Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs?" is a prevention and intervention resource tool for parents, courts, attorney's, counselors, agencies and anyone else who needs help with high conflict divorce and relationships.  

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From start to finish, this book talks about divorce, marriage, hostile aggressive parenting during and after a divorce, how to deal with this, and help the children to thrive. From cover to cover, this book is filled with information to help stop the snowball effect of high conflict divorce, hostile aggressive parenting, all of which leads to the psychological abuse of the children by destroying their relationship with one of their parents or another relative.

It is the hope that this book can help prevent this abuse from happening and help these families to move forward in a healthy, positive and successful way. All proceeds from this book go to the no profit organisation PAS Intervention.

If you wish to purchase the book, you can do it here.

Note: The legal aspects of these will be likely to focus on US legislation and processes, however, the main behavioural matters are likely to be very relevant. Please note too that in the UK we refer to alienating behaviours unlike the US which recognises the concept 'Parental Alienation Syndrome' (PAS). PAS is not recognised in the UK as a 'syndrome'. One tends to focus on parental behaviour that may cause a child to reject a parent, the other on the child's response.'


About PAS Intervention

PAS Intervention is the oldest and possibly the largest, nonprofit organisation which deals with Domestic Violence by Proxy that uses Custodial Interference, Coercive Control, Hostile Aggressive Parenting and the psychological abuse patterns of parental alienation. They have been around since 1996 and officially a Nonprofit since June 2011. Click here for More Information about their work. 


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