New Book: Being an Adult Child of Parental Alienation Syndrome: A Guide for Parents

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About the Book:

For over half a century Barbara Rose suffered and came through the suffering of being an Adult Child of Parental Alienation. She humbly shares raw truth, deep emotion, A-Ha! Moments of new realizations and important advice for parents who are either alienating their child or are the one who is alienated. Her sincere, forthright and brutally honest sharing will give you a new understanding that you may not have had before. This is a breakthrough book that hits the nail on the head about Parental Alienation Syndrome and the Adult Child’s firsthand account of it all.

Contents

Chapter 1  Why?

50 Years Ago

From the First Moment

Threats I Never Knew Until Half a Century Later

Adoption Day

In the Judge’s Chambers

To This Moment

Chapter 2  Only the Beginning

Parental Alienation Now in Full Effect

My New Names

The Physical Abuse

Why I am Telling You This

The Taboo

On the Outside

Chapter 3  Dad, Do You Love Me?

Next Level of Alienation

The Empty Years of Longing

I Want to Call Daddy

When Stepfather Got Home

The Alienation Effect

A Lesson for the Alienated Parent

Chapter 4  Dad Showed Up to See Me

Control is the Agenda of Alienating a Loving Parent from His or Her Child

This is not Love for the Child of Any Age, this is Child Abuse!

Two Factors that Answer the Question

The Answers

Chapter 5  The Brainwashing Took Over My Heart

I Didn’t Know How to Turn Around the Negative Views

Chapter 6  When Dad Died

If Only I Could Turn Back Time

Chapter 7  When Mom and Stepdad Died

Let Me Explain to You

Chapter 8  The Views of the Adult Child

Chapter 9

How Can the Alienated Parent Reunite with Their Adult Child?

Chapter 10

Be an Example

Pub Date: June 1, 2017

Publisher: The Rose Group

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