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bbc bais
#1
OK not sayong not happens this diretcion too, but copme on? what is gonna be usual ditectoion? of parental alienation

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38025837

how many watyys do dads have to get badd deal??
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#2
BBC - Biased Broadcasting Coorperation, it's in the name. Potentially libelous I know, but have you ever heard them run a positive story involving Russia? Very Orwellian. I agree, in the interest of fairness the article should have included a second story in which the mother has alienated the children from their separated father, they need look no further than this forum for examples.
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#3
Yeh, this is a bit of an unfair story.

The sentiment is right, but the angle they have taken is a bit of a joke.
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#4
Yeah doesn't exactly help us dads does it?
I love the bit about "mediation would prevent many incidences of parental alienation" ... really?
In my experience, mediation is kind of like an umbrella - it is really good to have for people who don't need mediation.
Or it might be, I wouldn't know as I'm in the other group where the mother refuses to compromise, treats the kids like possessions and attended mediation purely out of fear of court!
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