While many men are sitting delicately, on their oversized derrieres, it is women who are getting out and actively doing something to protect children’s rights to have a relationship with their fathers….
No, I am not suggesting drug or electric shock treatment for your lethargy, more adrenaline injections from extreme violence…..
Anyway, maybe reading Karen Woodall’s blogsite will give many useful directions:
Out with the old and in with the new: on shared parenting and the road ahead (2)
Therapeutic support for alienated parents – limited places
The terror of the politically correct; on silence, assumption and overcoming good intentions.
Co-operative parenting after separation; from family court to community support
child focused parenting after family separation; calculation, compromise and care
Alienation, education and obfuscation: a report from a House of Commons Seminar – 27 June 2012
Why gender matters: balancing support for mothers and fathers after family separation
Coping with children’s transition difficulties and avoiding alienation
Holding our nerve: on collaboration, co-operation and consultation
>>>Parental alienation: part two – treatment routes<<<
The enemy within: mothers, money and manufacturing fatherhood
The eradication of dad; madness, badness and the impact on children
Understanding parental alienation – part one
Where it is safe to do so: unpicking prejudice one stitch at a time
Sharing the care and making it work: lessons for mothers (part one)