A lot has been recently written in the mainstream press about parental alienation. It can be almost impossible to force a child to physically attend contact. The issue is never about that but rather about the child being persuaded by the resident parent that contact would be positive for him or her. Being a parent is hard. Along with the fun comes the day to day grind which will include setting boundaries and exercising parental authority. It is important is that we do continue to advance the fact that parental alienation is a cluster of behaviours. It goes beyond a child not wanting to see a parent for obvious reasons but is far more subtle insofar as it is nearly always for reasons which are entirely unclear or which are almost baseless.
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