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Considering that not only does the syndrome target victims of domestic violence as "alienators", it also promotes sending the child to the abuser.
However, I believe if cases are thoroughly examined, the patterns will hold true throughout for both male and female alienators.
In one of the many manipulations presented regarding the problem of Parental Alienation, the alienators often present that the disorder is unfairly targeted toward female parents, and that all female parents who try to withhold children from their former partners are merely "protecting" their children from abuse more like "creating abuse where none existed" - but that's another story.
Both stepfathers and mothers who are mentally-ill I believe that all severe alienators are highly-disturbed conduct this type ofalienation campaign.
Apart from the idea that these two "adults" should never have had children in the first place, two thoughts occur to me: The first is that fathers can be alienators as well as mothers.
"I have seen alienators consciously and deliberately fabricate on the witness stand and do so year after year.
Christian Emperor, and Helena his Mother; that King Edgar, and Edward the Confessor; and indeed many others of your predecessors, and many private Christians, have also given to God, and to his Church, much land, and many immunities, which they might have given to those of their own families, and did not; but gave them for ever as an absolute right and sacrifice to God: and with these immunities and lands they have entailed a curse upon the alienators of them: God prevent your