About my parental alienated friends and data
Data provides understanding, awareness, and answers. As alienated parents we must understand data to improve our mood and solutions.
As a former banker and now entrepreneur, I’ve always been a numbers guy. During Covid we discovered the survival rate exceeded, in most cases, 99%. Those of us who pointed out this scientific fact were chastised for not following and promoting Dr. “Fraudulent” Fauci.
Data is also particularly important for alienated parents to consider. While this fact alone is important, data regarding PA is sparse and often unreliable. To make matters worse, professionals will argue that the correct phrase of alienation is Parental Alienation while other professional favor Parental Alienation Syndrome. These two factions complain and complicate matters. Alienated parents see it for what it is: the alienator is the bully on the playground and refuses to play nice with everyone at the park.
I decided to inject ten basic points about my alienated friends to help bring data to your attention. I have a large group of friends and in particular 58 parents I’ve known, in most cases, for over fifteen years. My alienated friends are in the USA, most are located in Virginia. One of my trusted friends is also from Arizona, and a few are from Florida, DC, North Carolina, and South Dakota.
The data is a snapshot of my experience and their experience with PA.
I’m presenting important points which some may not believe to be relevant. I make no claim the data I’m presenting is based on scientific polling. The information is based on my 58 alienated friends.
5 out of 58 alienated parents have reconnected with their kids or represented as an 11.6% win for Alienated parents.
3 out of 58 parents reconnected with their kids within one year after engaging in court.
A total of twelve kids have reunited with their alienated parent.
116 out of 128 alienated kids have not been returned with the alienated parent
32 of 58 alienated parents are now addicted to drugs or alcohol as a method of coping
6 of 58 alienated parents are now sex addicts
22 out of 58 alienated parents have been charged with some bogus crimes, and over time 20 names have been cleared with two more that are pending.
42 of 58 have contemplated suicide
4 out of 58 have attempted suicide
2 out of 58 committed suicides
One of my closest friends, whom I will call Rene, committed suicide. At one time she founded a Suicide Prevention Non-profit. Rene, and I became friends quickly as we discovered she lost a friend to suicide, and I had lost my father to suicide when I was ten years old.
As alienated parents, we realize the sad reality of Alienation. As difficult it is for me to ponder and express the data and shared facts known to me, it’s my greatest hope you can reconnect with your kids. It’s also my hope you live a kind, loving, and peaceful life if you don’t have a quick return of your kids.
Personally speaking, I wasn’t one of the five parents who reconnected with my daughter, but I’ve learned how to Overcome Parental Alienation and so can you.
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