The Anointed Podcast — J M Ministries, Inc.

Parental Alienation - Episode 10

April 25, 2020 James Martinez Season 1 Episode 10
The Anointed Podcast — J M Ministries, Inc.
Parental Alienation - Episode 10
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The Anointed Podcast — J M Ministries, Inc.
Parental Alienation - Episode 10
Apr 25, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
James Martinez

As part of a global awareness campaign to raise awareness about parental alienation, I created this podcast to help reveal the severity of PAS. Parental alienation is child abuse, for anyone to say otherwise is an absolute denial of what's going wrong within the "Civil" systems of America.

As a child of God, as a faithful follower and true believer in Jesus Christ, I assure you I know right from wrong. What I've endured at the hands of an alienating parent is tragic. To think that the courts would allow for something like this, and worse, to turn a blind eye to what my young son, and the rest of my family has suffered through, reveals who they serve.

There are several types of alienators.

Naïve Alienators

Whether they recognize it or not, naïve alienators act passively, occasionally doing or saying something that creates alienation from their ex-spouse. They mean well and recognize the importance of healthy relationships. They even encourage deep connections with their ex-spouse and their family. Disagreements may arise, but communication is good.

Simply stated, naïve alienators focus on the best interests of their children. They recognize their mistakes and care enough about their children to make things right.

Active Alienators

Active alienators suffer intense hurt and anger following a divorce. They impulsively lose control over their actions and words, in spite of a belief that their children should have a healthy relationship with the other parent. However, when triggered, active alienators lash out and cause or reinforce alienation. Some may feel a sense of guilt over their alienating tactics.

Active alienators harbor old feelings and struggle with trauma of the past, yet they will accept professional help when serious problems arise.

Obsessed Alienators

These parents maintain an unquenchable anger. Obsessed alienators focus on furthering an active agenda to destroy their ex-spouse. While they combine traits of naïve with active alienation, they lack any level of self-control or insight. Obsessed alienators manipulate their children to take their side and brainwash them to parrot their irrational feelings and beliefs. They also fortify their side by seeking support from family members and friends who share similar views.

I've been caught up in a corrupt system who let an obsessed alienator do their worst. When you hear what we've endured to bring this message to life it might help put things in perspective. Not only to what's going wrong with the system, but why they've been doing their worst to me this whole time.

As I said, I'm with God.

Visit www.James-Martinez.com/parental-alienation/
Thanks for listening. 
I hope you are inspired.
God bless you

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/JamesMartinez)

Show Notes

As part of a global awareness campaign to raise awareness about parental alienation, I created this podcast to help reveal the severity of PAS. Parental alienation is child abuse, for anyone to say otherwise is an absolute denial of what's going wrong within the "Civil" systems of America.

As a child of God, as a faithful follower and true believer in Jesus Christ, I assure you I know right from wrong. What I've endured at the hands of an alienating parent is tragic. To think that the courts would allow for something like this, and worse, to turn a blind eye to what my young son, and the rest of my family has suffered through, reveals who they serve.

There are several types of alienators.

Naïve Alienators

Whether they recognize it or not, naïve alienators act passively, occasionally doing or saying something that creates alienation from their ex-spouse. They mean well and recognize the importance of healthy relationships. They even encourage deep connections with their ex-spouse and their family. Disagreements may arise, but communication is good.

Simply stated, naïve alienators focus on the best interests of their children. They recognize their mistakes and care enough about their children to make things right.

Active Alienators

Active alienators suffer intense hurt and anger following a divorce. They impulsively lose control over their actions and words, in spite of a belief that their children should have a healthy relationship with the other parent. However, when triggered, active alienators lash out and cause or reinforce alienation. Some may feel a sense of guilt over their alienating tactics.

Active alienators harbor old feelings and struggle with trauma of the past, yet they will accept professional help when serious problems arise.

Obsessed Alienators

These parents maintain an unquenchable anger. Obsessed alienators focus on furthering an active agenda to destroy their ex-spouse. While they combine traits of naïve with active alienation, they lack any level of self-control or insight. Obsessed alienators manipulate their children to take their side and brainwash them to parrot their irrational feelings and beliefs. They also fortify their side by seeking support from family members and friends who share similar views.

I've been caught up in a corrupt system who let an obsessed alienator do their worst. When you hear what we've endured to bring this message to life it might help put things in perspective. Not only to what's going wrong with the system, but why they've been doing their worst to me this whole time.

As I said, I'm with God.

Visit www.James-Martinez.com/parental-alienation/
Thanks for listening. 
I hope you are inspired.
God bless you

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/JamesMartinez)