Janus the double-faced child of Parental Alienation   1 comment

I do not intend the Janus story to suggest that alienated children are two-faced. The message I want to convey is that alienated children are being torn apart. I call this child Janus because he is symbolized by the Roman god of that name represented with a double-faced head, each looking in opposite directions. The alienating process triangulates the child into what should simply remain a 2-person struggle between two adult parents. But the alienating parent manipulates the child into making a choice. Nevertheless, the child, secretly looks in opposite directions and secretly desires to have the love of both parents – despite the child’s overt rejection of the targeted parent….

 

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One response to “Janus the double-faced child of Parental Alienation

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  1. Thank you for this. Parental Alienation is so hard for others to understand that they don’t believe it how much control an alienating parent has.

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