".....Mommy Told Me All About You"
What Is Parental Alienation Syndrome?
Are You A Victim of PAS?
Here are two examples of PAS from my personal experience. This first message was sent to me by the girls mother on Father's day just moments after we got off of the telephone after discussing that day's pick up time.
|Text Sent By Mother On Father's Day|
|Unsolicited Text From Mother's Boyfriend|
This second message is out of order and sent from my daughter's mother's boyfriend a few days after I called the police with an Interference With Judicial Proceedings complaint because my ex and her boyfriend decided that the girls weren't going to hang out with me during my court-ordered parenting time because they didn't feel like it. What's curious about this fellow is that he abandoned his own son out of state and has refused to have a conversation with me about his role in my daughters lives for three years and counting.
What To Do If You're A Victim Of PAS?
"Battle Not With Monsters, Least Ye Become A Monster, and If You Stare Into The Abyss, the Abyss Gazes Also Into You"
Easier said than done, I know. However, this may lend more weight than most of the generic advice that you will hear from well-meaning family, friends and acquaintances because this is coming from someone who has lived and is currently living this and is telling you precisely how he wishes he would have acted had he had the opportunity to go back and do it all over.
p.p.s. You are also welcomed and encouraged to share your experiences below because your story may just help inspire another reader or awaken something within yourself.