Why is it Important To Be In a Parental Alienation Support Group?
81% of alienated parents who are involved in a good support group feel that their support group has helped them reconnect with their alienated child at some level.
93% of alienated parents who are involved in a good support group feel that their support group is helping them to feel better and live happier.
NOT ALL SUPPORT GROUPS ARE ALIKE.
A Good Support Group Should Include the Following…
- Be specific to parental alienation
- Be facilitated by someone with a thorough and accurate understanding of parental alienation
- Have positive activities to encourage you to “live your best life” even with parental alienation
- Have live support meetings on a consistent and regular basis
- Be non-judgmental and positive
- Be supported by the top parental alienation experts
- Be PRIVATE