Moms, Dads, Sons, Daughters — who reunites more?

We’ve been wondering about something. Maybe you’ve been wondering about the same thing.

We’ve heard many stories of alienated children reuniting with their targeted parents. These feel good tales often spread through the parental alienation community like germs in a pre-school. We’ve also heard, more often than we like, about children who remain alienated from their parents for years — with no end to the estrangement in sight.

While each situation is different, we were wondering who alienated children reunite with more often when they do reunite with a parent. Is it Mom or Dad? Further, do alienated daughters reunite more often, or do sons reunite more often? Out of all the possible reunification scenarios — son/dad, daughter/dad, son/mom, daughter/mom — who reunites the most?

Welcome to the A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation Unofficial Reunification Survey. We’re interested in who you think reunites the most and why. Please leave your comments below.

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One Response to “Moms, Dads, Sons, Daughters — who reunites more?”

  1. John says:

    I have experienced an extreme attempt at Alienating my son yet it has only worked judicially, then geographically but now only physically while my son still loves me very much at 12 years of age. We have not had a private moment together since 2008 and yet before this in his 7th year, I was the Primary caregiver and GIVE I did in all areas. Mothers Alienating while courts support this is rampant as I am well aware of this so how can a father wait until the son is say 16 and by that time it could be too late. Feminism has only fueled this for example, “NOW” supports Family Law bias and yet they preach Equality. Result is, men will not ban together on this issue and instead, do not wish to marry or even shack up while some young women who are suffering are starting to fight back against feminism yet the University Career oriented women buy into their mother’s feminism. Lawyers and Judges make tons of money from keeping the status quo as is and drain fathers in every way …

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