A Family’s Heartbreak celebrates anniversary with free copies

A Family’s Heartbreak, LLC. will give away free copies of A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation to celebrate the book’s second anniversary of helping families understand and address parental alienation.

“It’s been a very gratifying two years,” explains author Mike Jeffries. “If you would have told me when I was writing A Family’s Heartbreak in the small apartment I moved to during the divorce that my words would reach parents in places as far away as the U.K., Canada, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and countless other countries I wouldn’t have believed it. It just goes to show how universal the problem of parental alienation is and how hungry parents, legal and mental health professionals are for objective information. So in honor of the book’s anniversary we’re going to give away ten copies of the book to the first ten people who write us via our website at http://www.afamilysheartbreak.com

Readers, including legal and mental health professionals, have raved about A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation in the two years since it’s publication. The American Journal of Family Therapy said, “this book should be required reading for any parent who is victimized by parental alienation as well as professionals who treat or evaluate alienation.” Virginia Gilbert, a marriage and family therapist, also said the book should be required reading, “for every graduate psychology and family therapy training program,” while Attorney David Pisarra from Men’s Family Law called the book, “an excellent exploration into the twisted ‘Wonderland’ that is parental alienation.”

“We’ve been honored that so many people have taken the time to read and respond positively to A Family’s Heartbreak,” Jeffries added, “that we want to give something back to start our third year on the market. Our giveaway is simple and sincere — the first 10 people to write me at mike@afamilysheartbreak.com will get a free copy of our book. We’ll even pay the postage. All the writer has to do is give us a name and a mailing address.”

A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation is the true story of one parent’s struggle to maintain a normal, loving relationship with his young son in the face of overwhelming odds. You can purchase the book at http://afamilysheartbreak.com, order it through any bookstore, or buy it at Amazon — http://www.amazon.com/Familys-Heartbreak-Introduction-Parental-Alienation/dp/0979696011/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1301246509&sr=1-1.

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5 Responses to “A Family’s Heartbreak celebrates anniversary with free copies”

  1. .A unique insight into the less known effects of divorce before the legal process sets in this book focuses on the controversial phenomenon that is Parental Alienation a phenomenon that has not yet been recognised by the medical profession but one which nevertheless is gaining ground in both the United States and Great Britain and acquiring an infamous reputation as conflict s biggest ally..Michael Jeffries together with Dr Joel Davies a practicing psychotherapist co-author this work which at its heart is about Michael s family and what happened to it when divorce became inevitable. Michael outlines some of the symptoms of PA into his own story as an illustration of the way the conflict surfaces and how it works to undermine the family unit and alter the emotional development of our children forever.

  2. Karen Kelley says:

    I have a page devoted to Parental Alienation on our website. It is because PAS is Emotional Kidnapping. A child can be kidnapped from the love & affection of a parent, without ever physically leaving the area.

    In a perfect world couples will stay together forever and children don’t worry about being abandoned by divorce or separation.

    Yet, though we don’t live in a perfect world, there are many parents married or unmarried who put their children first and their own personal feelings last when the relationship between the two of them is strained or even broken. It is parents like these that know or have learned that the children suffer when they are put between two disputing parents. We honor these mothers and fathers who love their children so much that they retire to another room to settle their differences, seek professional counseling, pray together and forgive together. Their children are truly blessed.

    Children are like sponges. They absorb everything. Put a sponge in water…it will absorb water. Put a sponge in vinegar…it absorbs vinegar. The home environment in which we raise our children helps determine their reactions to stress, their abilities to forgive, to be flexible, be reasonable and learn how to work with the opposite sex. Their own self esteem is enhanced in a loving and caring home. Parents like these may have lost the love that they first had for each other yet for the sake of their children they keep the home atmosphere loving and kind. It can be done and for the children’s sake it has to be done.

    Parents who put children first have been at the battle lines, conquered themselves and sacrificed their own feelings for their offspring. Their children are not victims…they are winners because their parents are. Whether your marriage works or not, whether are you are still in love or not…your children come first. To such parents, each and every one: We applaud you.

  3. mike says:

    Karen… thank you for your post and for your efforts to raise awareness of parental alienation.

    Your words are very true… and also eloquently stated. Please send us the link to your website so we can post it on our Resources page and our site visitors can also benefit from your site.

  4. Sultan says:

    When it comes to crooked money fneceilg and slick Judiciary, it doesn’t get better than NY State. The days are numbered for Chief Judge Lippman who the FBI is investigating for 43 Million in Family Fraud. Hopefully he will be put away better than Sol Wachler was. In PA where I live the FBI is Supoening Law Guardians back to 2008 and they sentenced the Chief Judge Civerella to 28 years in Prison in a Kids for Cash scam. The Family Court of NYS and EVERYWHERE must be dismantled.

  5. Nilesh says:

    you can do, and what you should avoid, to patch thngis up. Salvaging your current relationship, or getting back together will require a lot of effort. No matter what Hollywood likes to tell you, long-lasting

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