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Post # 000004f3
Re: NEW PAS BOOK
Remote Name: 220.127.116.11
I have a copy of the Do's and Dont's as a loving Parent on one hand. On the other, I have a lawyer who has exhausted 25K and now wants to leave me because I will not tuck my tail between my legs and lay at the feet of the phychologist and follow her instructrion. PAS is not politically correct. where is truth and best interest of the kids fit in? When I mentioned PAS to the interventionst on our first meeting, her response was why are you telling me this. I am not turn this into a witch hunt. Everything on the Do's and Don'ts about peoples support or reaction has hit the mark. I am the only one who sees the current and future damage my child has endured. I have untill Monday to come up with information that will change her mind. By the way, is there any support groups, attorneys, etc. in the Mesa Azizona Area thanks cn (Last changed: February 26, 2006 )
Post # 000004c8
Re: NEW PAS BOOK
From: L L Wagner
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
William, hopefully you return to this forum, being that you posted this some time ago. I was wondering what happened to your website? Is your orgs still going strong? Would like to network with you. I am a parent going through the PAS situation - the PAS is conducted from a paternal grandparent. I am ready to be active for change in our society and legal system. email@example.com (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
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