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Realized I was a victim of Alienation Syndrome
From: Steve (email@example.com)
Time: 10:48:34 PM
Remote Name: 184.108.40.206
I've been doing a lot of research into this newly discovered syndrome and realized finally that I am a victim of this. Of course, that doesn't ease the pain over losing my daughter to a vindictive ex wife. I would like to know if, since this is getting more public scrutiny, are the courts starting to realize this as a problem that needs to be addressed in custody issues? Just how can one determine that this "syndrome" exists and use it to their advantage to try and re-establish normalized relationships with their kids?
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Re: Realized I was a victim of Alienation Syndrome
From: ELAINE SASSOWER-BERLIN
Time: 5:00:31 PM
Remote Name: 220.127.116.11
I AM A MOTHER IN THE SAME PLIGHT AS YOURSELF - I AM ALSO A DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER IN PRE-PRODUCTION OF 'ARE YOU ALLOWED TO READ ME A STORY YET' - WHICH WILL FOCUS ON THE PLIGHT OF PARENTS WHO AS A RESULT OF DIVORCE LOST THE RIGHT TO PARENT THEIR CHILDREN. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN THIS DOCUMENTARY PLEASE PLEASE CONTACT ME AT NYLainy@aol.com (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
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