How do you stay strong while being alienated from your child?

Any way that works for you (without running afoul of God or the law of the land, of course).

Parental alienation is one of the most gut-wrenching miseries one can experience, and it is one of the hardest things to deal with, especially if you find yourself abandoned and rejected—even further victimized—by the people and institutions that ostensibly exist to protect us against lies, slander, deprivation of our rights, and overall justice. Sometimes justice is done, but far too rarely and it is often a day late and a dollar short.

Deal with it as best you can, find what works for you. Listen to other’s advice but find what works for you. We all deal with deep pain like this differently. You don’t deserve this, but you can all too rarely count on “the system” to help you. Lastly, parental alienation will drain the tanks of your dignity, character, decency, faith, and will power dry if you don’t take care to keep them filled. Don’t be afraid to lean on God, your friends, and family for a LOT of support. You’ll feel you’re asking too much. And at some points along this path, you likely will. But your Heavenly Father and your true friends will bear with you if you let them.

You’re not the first to experience indescribable injustice and pain, and like many before you who successfully clawed their way to healing and some happiness, you can too. You can. You owe it to yourself (and your innocent children).

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