I would firstly like to say I am sorry to the fathers out there they will not get the opportunity to celebrate father’s day with their beautiful children due to Parental Alienation. There is no excuses for this type of behaviour towards you but know one thing your child/ren will appreciate the effort you made fighting for them. I miss more daughter more than any words could ever describe and one day she will know and understand this directly from me and no one else.
So, I know today will be hard and you might not be in the mood to interact with anyone as everything today will remind you of father’s day and not seeing your child/ren. Just a thought if you have the strength to do this write a letter to your child explaining exactly how you feel and how much you miss them. They may not be able to see it today but one day they will and it will mean the world to them to know how much you love and miss them.
You, a father are wonderful and you should never allow anyone to take that away from you. I see how you fight this corrupt biased system and continue that fight because of the love you have for your child/ren. I see what you’re doing and so do the thousands who have shared your journey until this day and no one can ever tell you that you are not a committed father NO ONE!
NOT every father is a perpetrator or abuser these lies have continued for far too long and we will put a stop to it. We will unite as one and show the world how far a father will go for the love of his child/ren, you are not ALONE!
I will include some beautiful quotes to remind you just how special you are and that no one can take that away from you.
Happy Father’s Day to all you wonderful, loving, caring and strong men out there
Parental Alienation Awareness Day 25-04-2019 Update
I would firstly like to thanks everyone personally who took part in the Parental Alienation Awareness Day on the 25-04-2019 in Central London. I would like to thank the organisers especially for the wonderful work they did and all the stress that comes with event planning. It was a peaceful and fantastic day meeting likeminded people who have taken the courage to come out in public to show their support for awareness. We have been getting a fair bit of media attention recently due to the march which took place on the 25th of April and I would like to clarify a few things. Parental Alienation is not a gender-based issue and it affects mums, dads, siblings, grandparents and the wider family network.
The media had picked up on it being a fathers rights march and this is untrue the march was for everyone involved and affected by Parental Alienation. PA does not discriminate and it can and does affect all walks of life, not one particular race, colour, religion or sex. So when we march we march together as one! Due to gender bias within the family court system, mothers do 80-90% of the time gain full custody of the children and we do need to also address the inequality with regards to that. Ultimately it affects everyone and that is how it should be treated when we campaign and when the media report on it.
What needs to happen now is we need the organisations and the individual people that know about PA and do nothing about it to be held accountable. If that means legal action needs to be taken against individuals and the organisations they work for so be it. The reports, statements and false recommendations Social Workers, CAFCASS and Family Judges need to be addressed. I don’t know anywhere in the world that would allow another parent to systematically emotionally abuse a child over long periods and get away with it. Just because the abuse is not physical does not mean it is not happening. No one whether an adult and definitely not a child should be subjected to any form of abuse whether it is emotionally, physically or financially by anyone. This includes the Child Maintenance Services which admit the happily support PA as it helps with their fees and financial sustainability.
We will not sit by and allow these organisations to continue to abuse good parents because PA falls in the too difficult box! As I have always said change is coming whether you like it or not.
Here are some photos of the UK Parental Awareness Day 25-04-2019 in Central London