transgenerational trauma in the form of alienation of children and the epigenetic legacy

Today in the House of Lords, Baroness Meyer withdrew her Amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill after a lengthy and considered debate about the issue of alienation of children in divorce and separation. My experiencing of listening to this was that at last, the seriousness of alienation of children after divorce and separation, is beingContinue reading “transgenerational trauma in the form of alienation of children and the epigenetic legacy”

The alienation of mothers: shame, blame and the reconfiguration game

There is a current strategy to convince alienated mothers that they are really suffering from coercive control and that they are being conned into believing that they are alienated. The problem with this argument, is that it only focuses upon the experience of the mothers themselves, it ignores completely, what is happening to the child.Continue reading “The alienation of mothers: shame, blame and the reconfiguration game”