Into the mystery: on differentiation of alienation (and the power it puts in your hands)

My last post appears to have stimulated a lot of debate not only on here but on other forums too.  I know that differentiation of alienation is a contentious subject for some, particulary parents who have been rejected wholesale and who no longer see their children. For practioners however, this is magic key that allowsContinue reading “Into the mystery: on differentiation of alienation (and the power it puts in your hands)”

It’s not always alienation (and why it’s important to understand that)

Recently I have read a few good news stories of mums and dads being reunited with their children after periods of time in which their children have been withdrawn from them and refusing to see them.  In each of these stories I have read about how those children have been alienated and how reuniting inContinue reading “It’s not always alienation (and why it’s important to understand that)”