Here’s to 2014!

Wishing all our A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation readers and fans a happy holidays surrounded by the people who mean the most to you. May 2014 be the year all targeted parents and alienated children reunite. And for those parents and children who have started rebuilding their previously normal, healthy relationships you have our sincere best wishes for continued success and a lifetime of happy memories ahead.

We will continue to offer support, resources and information in 2014 — doing our best to help parents and children avoid the heartbreak of parental alienation.


mike jeffries and Dr. Joel Davies

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4 Responses to “Here’s to 2014!”

  1. T Mosley says:

    Amen to that. I have started custody litigation about 4 months ago in Georgia for my son. There are strong symptoms of alienation from my ex-wife of 5 years, that all of a sudden started this summer. I figure the fact that recently remarried, purchased of a new home, and told her I had a new baby on the way, triggered these fears to spark parental alienation from me and my 13 year old son.
    I pray that 2014 brings back the loving relationship I have always had with my son up until 5 months ago.
    I am starting to read the book this week in hopes to get support and advice to help me through this tough time.

  2. Mike & Joel,

    I trust and pray you are having a good year. I too have experienced tons of alienation over the years. These days, I am fielding questions on the subject from parents and need to find and recommend your book.

    I do a father book review once a month and I think I’m adding yours to the list. Stay tune and keep up the good work!

  3. Emm says:

    I’m divorced and have 2 sons in their twenties.
    They are intelligent loving young men who my husband and I brought up in a loving home.
    My husband left with another woman and my sons have lost all contact with him.
    They are hurt and angry and my husband has done little to keep up contact.
    Adult children hurt as well and their lives are left devastated. I have encouraged them to find him but no success.
    I have e mailed my ex husband asking him to keep trying for his sake as well as theirs.
    He threatened me with legal action!
    All hope now lost.

  4. mike says:

    So sorry for everything you and your sons have been through. It’s ironic — there are so many alienated parents out there who would give anything for a relationship with their children but the alienated children keep these loving parents at arm’s length. You have two sons who would love to have a relationship their father and he can’t be bothered. It just doesn’t seem fair to anyone. I hope your sons can accept something that they may not be able to change and enjoy their good relationships with other family members and friends who recognize they are lucky to have two intelligent, loving young men in their lives.

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