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Group Rallies For Fathers’ Parental Rights At Capitol « CBS Minnesota
Parents forcefully blocked from seeing kids could be abuse STOPPING parents from seeing their children could fall under the definition of child abuse if George Christensen gets his way. The Federal Member for Dawson said he would lobby with Victorian independent Senator John Madigan to have the definition of child abuse widened to include parental alienation.
Progress! Finally, there is mention in the media of concerns about Family Courts. Way to go New Jersey. Way to go NJ4Kids/NJ4ParentalEquality.The rest of us can kick it up too. Be seen where your at.
Posted by Disgusted Dads on Thursday, October 15, 2015
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Posted by All Pro Dad on Monday, October 12, 2015
PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME. HEARD IT ON THE STREET moves away today from reporting the hubbub of political conspiracies and controversies to present an issue that affects a lot of people every day, but seldom generates the attention it deserves. Parental Alienation Syndrome is not a communicable or terminal disease. It is a man made tribulation that strikes usually without warning in a relationship between a man and a woman, whom at one point professed to love each other “till death do them part”, but suddenly developed a deep seated mutual loathing to the point that they are willing to go to any length to deny each other the bundle (s) of joy that their union created and which can never, nor should be separated from both of them; children. This is the story of Debo Adejobi, a father of two fighting tooth and nail for the right to spend some quality time with his children, but faces a legal brick wall and often times, underhanded obstacles erected by the mother of his children.
Posted by Ade Adegbenro on Saturday, September 26, 2015
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Posted by National Center for Fathering on Thursday, July 16, 2015