I read this post tonight and wanted to share this story. Why cant the court see when a parent is making a plea for help. Regardless of what the manipulative parent says to the court to try to discredit the protective parent investigations should always be made into the allegations to make sure that there is not any truth to them not the other way around. In this case there were several professionals to show good reason for an investigation. Day care workers, Doctors, school professionals and more. Perhaps in the past these behaviors were not as well-known however in today’s world there is much learned and published and verified as true that there is no excuse for such pathological plays to exist in the court rooms.
Judges deal with the pathological in the criminal court rooms everyday. Do they think that pathological’s do not parent? Unfortunately co-parenting with a pathological parent is the worst nightmare a good parent can have.
Sandra L. Brown, M.A., CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Psychopathy Education, psychopathologist, program development specialist, lecturer, and an award-winning author has worked on a researching the issues of pathology co-parenting and the legal system. This is a good resource for those who find themselves in these situations.
Finding myself personally involved in a similar case where the father has tried for 5 years to get his daughter into counseling only to keep running into red tape stumbling blocks all the way, I too am anxious for a change