Keep parental alienation in the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 Guidance Notes

Adults who were alienated as children talk about their extreme trauma which resulted in:

Suicide ideation 
Low self worth 
Extreme guilt 
Drug / alcohol abuse 
Difficulty in future relationships 
Lack of trust.

This is the appalling legacy parental alienation bequeaths children who are forced to choose which parent to love.

It is their inalienable human right to be loved by both their parents, when it is safe for them to do so.

According to the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (2019) over half (52%) of family court enforcement orders had no safeguarding issues. No existing domestic abuse.

Countless others where safeguarding issues were raised, were based on false allegations. 
We can evidence this and we ask you to consider it carefully, in order to protect all victims from harm and, most especially, their children.

Thank you.