The humour of Berger and Wyse’s “custardy” cartoon is to highlight that high conflict family separations are never a laughing matter. Even when families face bereavement, there is usually room for warmth and humour alongside the grief. The lack of a place for humour shows that we are dealing here with some of the hardest “tribal” human predicaments outside of actual war-zones.
MORE OR LESS?
This page is an easier general summary of the very full thinking through and resources – written for a Scottish context but still covering the international field – on Scotland’s Children Resisting Contact or SCRC. Please read that if you want more than this summary page has in it. An even more concise summary than this page is in Off-putting relationships: essentials of child alienation.
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