Alienation of Affection: Children thrive best in a two parent household whenever possible. If a parent makes it a habit to put down the other parent, the children feel torn and forced to choose one parent over the other. This is very frustrating and confusing for the children. Judges are quite familiar with the damage this behavior can cause and are extremely intolerant when this behavior occurs. The two most common forms of alienation of affection that get parents into trouble: (1) criticizing the other parent around the kids and (2) keeping the children from the other parent in any way.
The BEST Parent is BOTH Parents. PROVEN!!!
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