Just as the “Family” is the foundation of society, the Father-Mother relationship is the foundation of the family; consequently, strengthening Mother-Father relationships can only lead to stronger families, children and communities, as well as a stronger economy.
Children thrive with the active involvement of both parents. Children and parents should be encouraged to spend substantial time with each other regardless of the parents’ present relationship status. I realize and recognize that absent issues of abuse, neglect or abandonment, social and government policy must be structured in such a way as to promote and maximize the opportunity of all parents to contribute to the social, emotional, intellectual, physical, moral and spiritual development of their children.
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A FORUM FOR IDEAS
TO REFORM U.S. FAMILY LAWS.
CALL TO ACTION
Many of you have reached out to Divorce Corp asking for specific ways you can help make a difference to correct the injustices of the family courts. We believe that there is a real opportunity to speak up and help right a wrong in this case.
STOP BY THE NEW FAMILY LAW REFORM WIKI, FAMILYPEDIA.
Become a member and add content or simply browse the Familypedia pages. This is a great place to share your personal experience or valuable information you have learned about family court.
USE THE “SIGN UP FOR REFORM COMMITTEES” FORM TO YOUR RIGHT TO JOIN ONE OF THE NEW REFORM COMMITTEES.
We have terrific leaders for the reform committees. Check your email for details on the leadership council for each committee. The committee leaders will be working with all committee members to establish and prioritize reform goals. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Blog was formed to give PARENT’S an outlet for support and to share their stories. These are not “PARENTS” who are out to avoid financial obligations or to ignore their children. These are PARENTS who are heart-sick, worried, scared and frustrated by not being able to spend time with their children. These are PARENTS who are fighting desperately for normal every day contact with their children.
This is a post I never thought I would be writing. Sadly, it is necessary. If simply for the reason of exposing the dangers in alienating other parents and families who have experienced Parental Alienation.
With great expectations, recently I joined a few online support group forums with the intention of reaching out across state lines so not to make myself an island, but rather to join forces for the greater good; increasing Parental Alienation awareness.
One such online forum I joined, called Parents Against Parental Alienation has over 250 members. Although it’s based in Massachusetts, many other folks outside of Massachusetts have joined and have received non-judgemental and caring support, great insight, but some others have also been the victims of judgmental abuse and further alienation from the very support group that is meant to encourage and lift them up.
Throughout the very short time I was actively posting…
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