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Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss the Signs? - Dealing with Hostile Parenting & Parental Alienation
     

Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss the Signs? - Dealing with Hostile Parenting & Parental Alienation

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by RSS and ABI, Ms. Joan Kloth-Zanard LC Ms. Joan
 
Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs? is a prevention and intervention resource tool for parents, courts, attorney's, counselors, agencies and anyone else who needs help with high conflict divorce and relationships. From start to finish, this book talks about divorce, marriage, hostile aggressive parenting during and after a divorce, how to deal with this,

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Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs? is a prevention and intervention resource tool for parents, courts, attorney's, counselors, agencies and anyone else who needs help with high conflict divorce and relationships. From start to finish, this book talks about divorce, marriage, hostile aggressive parenting during and after a divorce, how to deal with this, and help the children to thrive. From cover to cover, this book is filled with information to help stop the snowball affect of high conflict divorce, hostile aggressive parenting, all of which leads to the psychological abuse of the children by destroying their relationship with one of their parents or another relative. It is the hope that this book can help prevent this abuse from happening and help these families to move forward in a healthy, positive and successful way. All proceeds from this book go to PAS Intervention, a Federally Tax-Exempt charitable organization approved to accept deductible contributions under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the IRS.

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ISBN-13:
9781105781001
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
02/17/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,256,265
File size:
643 KB

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Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss the Signs? - Dealing with Hostile Parenting & Parental Alienation 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A story...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
(Hm, will do. Thanks a bunch for the feedback!. [I actually have a friend named Alyssa and it's such a pretty name!]) <br> The siblings soon reached the school building; a red brick structure with ivy climbing up the left side. Alyssa finished stuffing her books into her backpack as they passed through the metal double doors. Leaving Luke whose classroom was on the other side of the building, she walked down the hallway to her own class. Alyssa barely glanced at the picture and essay covered walls as she passed: nothing new there. Everything on those walls belonged to students who had long since graduated collage. Fisher's Pool Jr. High was actually a fair size considering that about a hundred kids attended it Fisher's Pool was not at all a large town. As she stepped into her classroom, Alyssa was greeted by her best friend Kira. "Hey Alyssa." The girl said with a smile. Kira was shorter than Alyssa with cropped brown hair and hazel eyes. The two sat down and Alyssa dropped her backpack by her feet. Again, the school was very small and everyone knew everyone. It wasn't as if something would get stolen and anyway there were no lockers. "Been writing lately?" Kira asked, her eyes twinkling. It was an old joke as they both knew that Alyssa was always writing. Alyssa shrugged, "maybe a little." The day passed much as usual with Julie Vauht flirting with just about every boy in class and Lucian Johnson answering all the questions and Quinn Fog generally causing trouble. Alyssa and Kira were both average students, usually ending the year with mostly A's and a few B's. During lunch, Quinn 'accidentally' bumped into Billy Hartman. Everyone in the room watched as Billy's lunch tray sailed gracefully through the air and dumped a hamburger, green peas, and a milk carton onto an astonished Julie Vauht. She screamed and jumped up as if she had been stung by a wasp. Billy turned around and slugged Quinn while Julie sobbed hystarically. Pretty soon everyone was yelling and throwing food while Billy and Quinn wrestled on the floor. "Quinn hasn't been able to make this much of a fuss since he replaced Mrs. Parillian's voice recording." Kira commented. She and Alyssa were the only two whose food was still on their trays and not decorating someone's face. The principal, whose name was Mrs. Parillian, broadcasted a recording of herself saying, "good morning students, today, let's strive for greatness today..." and continued like that for several minutes. That is, until Quinn got a hold of it and replaced it with a recording of himself singing 'Jingle Bells Batman Smells'. Alyssa nodded, surveying the chaos that surrounded them. "So, my parents are in Portugal for the week, want to come over after school?" Just then, a teacher rushed in. She marched right over to Quinn and dragged him off by his ear. All the way he protested, "wait a minute! Why'r you just taking me! How do you evn know that I did anything!" The rest of the day was uneventful. After school, Alyssa, Kira, and Luke walked back down the gravel road to the Grey house. Kira pointed across a field full of knee high grass. "Why don't we cut across here?" She asked. Alyssa shrugged. "Sure. Our house is right on the other side." Luke shook his head. "Surely you've heard the story?" (I would write more but I'm running out of charecters.)