Men's Affordable Resources Society of British Columbia                                          MARS BC

 

"It"It is a relatively unknown fact that the most reliable predictor of crime is neither poverty nor race, but growing up fatherless"s

  MARS BC - Helping community organizations and individuals to support dads and men

Current Research

Current research is just beginning to identify and catch up to the social changes around our family structure that have taken place in the last number of decades. The major victims in all of this are our children. They are being placed at risk and deprived of two parents, not only by alienating parents, but also by a legal system which fails to understand the implication of Parental Alienation and is ill equipped to deal with it.

 


PARENTAL ALIENATION

Here is a list of links to follow to research this topic.

Definition of Parental Alienation

Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Parental Alienation Syndrome

Effects on Children

Parental Alienation Syndrome Homepage

PARENTAL ALIENATION: NOT IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILDREN

Parents Who Have Successfully Fought Parental Alienation Syndrome

F.A.C.T. Information: Parental Alienation

THE SPECTRUM OF PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME (PART I)

THE SPECTRUM OF PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME (PART II)

Parental Alienation Information Archive

PsyCare: Parental Alienation Page

Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) - What you do and don't do

What is the Difference Between Parental Alienation (PA) and Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)? 

Japan child's rights network

Justice for Children

Abuse and custody disputes: Scientific and Legal Issues

PA from divorcesource.com

Parental Alienation Awareness Organization (PAAO)

 


Disclaimer

The posting of these links does not necessarily imply that  MARS BC endorses all the opinions expressed.


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Get a copy of our Parental Alienation Brochure here

Parental Alienation Brochure

View the City of Nanaimo's Proclamation of Parental Alienation Day

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View the City of Vancouver's Proclamation of Parental Alienation Day

Here

PRESS RELEASE

Member of Parliament Maurice Vellacott (Saskatoon-Wanuskewin)  releases results of new  equal shared parenting poll

Here

Child Abuse

Parental Alienation is destructive irrespective of the gender of the alienating parent and is considered to be a form of child abuse. Children are growing up without one parent and are being psychologically damaged in the process. These children are acting out their confusion, anger, and frustrations in many ways. For example, boys, in the teenage years, are often prone to violent, self destructive behaviors related to drugs, car thefts, robbery, gang behavior, and suicide. Girls, in the teenage years, are prone to similar kinds of self destructive behaviors, including drugs, gang behavior, and sexual promiscuity.

 

 

     
"If we can keep children connected with their fathers we can address, in one dramatic move, many of the social challenges in our society." Theo J. Boere
Men's Affordable Resources Society of British Columbia