If you’re new to my website and are reading my blog for the first time I want you to take comfort in knowing that we have some common ground, in that this is my first website and I am new to blogging. However when it comes to parental alienation I have unfortunately had more than my fair share of experience.

My name is Elona McRae and I am an adult survivor of childhood parental alienation. I say survivor because my unusual upbringing left me with emotional scars that have taken my entire life to date to overcome.

The composition of my book ‘A Puppets Tale’ has been carthartic for me. It has helped me revisit and combat some of the skeletons that lurk within the many closets of darkness I have previously kept under an emotional lock and key.

Further to being a child of parental alienation, I have been the supportive wife and villified step mother in my husband’s long lived dealings with being alienated from his son and daughter.

Now, as Tim Shaw would say, “But wait, there’s more…” My eldest son has a three year old son (my only grandchild) and is having to endure the heartache of seeking court orders to be part of his son’s life.

Parental alienation occurs when one parent, usually but not always the resident parent, alienates the child/ren of the relationship from the other parent and/or their family.

My father alienated me from my mother and her family when I was a small child in the nineteen-seventies. He was also abusive and violent, rendering my childhood one of an ever present sadness and loneliness. Over the course of eleven years I was moved around the country. My father kidnapped me and we were on the run from the federal police. My mother was awarded custody of me in court but it was my father who decided my fate. In his efforts to hide me, my father assigned me an alias and I attended 22 schools. My childhood was stolen from me. As an adult I have suffered from anxiety and panic attacks due to the upheaval that was thrust upon me in my youth. I only ever wanted to maintain stability and longevity in my relationships, but because of the mental and emotional abuse I suffered at the hands of both my father and mother, as well as others, I made unfavorable choices in the people I surrounded myself with. I became a magnet to those who sought to use and abuse me and it was due to my naive people pleasing nature, which manifested from being a manipulated child.

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I have decided to speak out about parental alienation and the devastating effects it has on the alienated child and how it shapes them as a human being. Not only this, but also how the target parent and their family are negatively effected and victimised.

With all the years of heartache I have endured at the hands of souless people who call themselves loving parents, I have learned one valuable lesson that must never be understated. For the sake of the child and for your own sake, you must never, ever give up the fight.

If you’re new to my website and are reading my blog for the first time I want you to take comfort in knowing that we have some common ground, in that this is my first website and I am new to blogging. However when it comes to parental alienation I have unfortunately had more than my fair share of experience.

My name is Elona McRae and I am an adult survivor of childhood parental alienation. I say survivor because my unusual upbringing left me with emotional scars that have taken my entire life to date to overcome.

The composition of my book “A Puppets Tale” has been carthartic for me. It has helped me revisit and combat some of the skeletons that lurk within the many closets of darkness I have previously kept under an emotional lock and key.

Further to being a child of parental alienation, I have been the supportive wife and villified step mother in my husband’s long lived dealings with being alienated from his son and daughter.

Now, as Tim Shaw would say, “But wait, there’s more…” My eldest son has a three year old son (my only grandchild) and is having to endure the heartache of seeking court orders to be part of his son’s life.

Parental alienation occurs when one parent, usually but not always the resident parent, alienates the child/ren of the relationship from the other parent and/or their family.

My father alienated me from my mother and her family when I was a small child in the nineteen-seventies. He was also abusive and violent, rendering my childhood one of an ever present sadness and loneliness. Over the course of eleven years I was moved around the country. My father kidnapped me and we were on the run from the federal police. My mother was awarded custody of me in court but it was my father who decided my fate. In his efforts to hide me, my father assigned me an alias and I attended 22 schools. My childhood was stolen from me. As an adult I have suffered from anxiety and panic attacks due to the upheaval that was thrust upon me in my youth. I only ever wanted to maintain stability and longevity in my relationships, but because of the mental and emotional abuse I suffered at the hands of both my father and mother, as well as others, I made unfavorable choices in the people I surrounded myself with. I became a magnet to those who sought to use and abuse me and it was due to my naive people pleasing nature, which manifested from being a manipulated child.

 

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I have decided to speak out about parental alienation and the devastating effects it has on the alienated child and how it shapes them as a human being. Not only this, but also how the target parent and their family are negatively effected and victimised.

With all the years of heartache I have endured at the hands of souless people who call themselves loving parents, I have learned one valuable lesson that must never be understated. For the sake of the child and for your own sake, you must never, ever give up the fight.

If you’re new to my website and are reading my blog for the first time I want you to take comfort in knowing that we have some common ground, in that this is my first website and I am new to blogging. However when it comes to parental alienation I have unfortunately had more than my fair share of experience.

My name is Elona McRae and I am an adult survivor of childhood parental alienation. I say survivor because my unusual upbringing left me with emotional scars that have taken my entire life to date to overcome.

The composition of my book “A Puppets Tale” has been carthartic for me. It has helped me revisit and combat some of the skeletons that lurk within the many closets of darkness I have previously kept under an emotional lock and key.

Further to being a child of parental alienation, I have been the supportive wife and villified step mother in my husband’s long lived dealings with being alienated from his son and daughter.

Now, as Tim Shaw would say, “But wait, there’s more…” My eldest son has a three year old son (my only grandchild) and is having to endure the heartache of seeking court orders to be part of his son’s life.

Parental alienation occurs when one parent, usually but not always the resident parent, alienates the child/ren of the relationship from the other parent and/or their family.

My father alienated me from my mother and her family when I was a small child in the nineteen-seventies. He was also abusive and violent, rendering my childhood one of an ever present sadness and loneliness. Over the course of eleven years I was moved around the country. My father kidnapped me and we were on the run from the federal police. My mother was awarded custody of me in court but it was my father who decided my fate. In his efforts to hide me, my father assigned me an alias and I attended 22 schools. My childhood was stolen from me. As an adult I have suffered from anxiety and panic attacks due to the upheaval that was thrust upon me in my youth. I only ever wanted to maintain stability and longevity in my relationships, but because of the mental and emotional abuse I suffered at the hands of both my father and mother, as well as others, I made unfavorable choices in the people I surrounded myself with. I became a magnet to those who sought to use and abuse me and it was due to my naive people pleasing nature, which manifested from being a manipulated child.

 

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I have decided to speak out about parental alienation and the devastating effects it has on the alienated child and how it shapes them as a human being. Not only this, but also how the target parent and their family are negatively effected and victimised.

With all the years of heartache I have endured at the hands of souless people who call themselves loving parents, I have learned one valuable lesson that must never be understated. For the sake of the child and for your own sake, you must never, ever give up the fight.