A holiday shopping list for alienated parents

There are only ten days left before Christmas. Still shopping? 

If you are an alienated parent struggling to find gifts for the people in your life you’ve come to the right place. The following gifts are affordable and don’t require shipping. As an added service, we’ve even matched the best gifts to the most deserving recipients.

Forgiveness — for the alienating parent.

Tolerance — for parental alienation critics.

Knowledge — for legal and mental health professionals who don’t understand alienation.

Respect — for people trying to make sense of a situation that doesn’t make sense.

Understanding — for friends who don’t know what to say.

Empathy and Support — for other people struggling with parental alienation.

Charity — for non-profit organizations working on the behalf of alienated parents and children.

Patience — for parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins. They’re hurting too.

Attention — for your spouse or significant other. Don’t take him or her for granted.

Unconditional Love — for your alienated children. They are hurting just as much as you are.

A Good Example — for your non-alienated children.

A Break — for yourself. Parental alienation is not a referendum on you or your parenting. You don’t deserve parental alienation. Neither does your children.

Hope — for yourself and your children. Keep hoping. Keep trying. Anyone can give up, it’s easy to do. But to hold it together when everyone would understand if you fell apart, that’s hope.

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