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Parental Alienation Is The Narcissist’s Special Blend Of Torture

Alt = Side effects of parental Alienation on children: Low self-esteem, self-hatred, inability to trust, depression, lose the capacity to love, substance abuse, addiction, guilt, feelings of betrayal, feeling unloved.

Narcissistic Parents And Parental Alienation

Co-parenting with a Narcissist can become your worst nightmare, especially if you’re going through a divorce. The nightmare has a name. It’s called Parental Alienation, and it’s one of the cruelest ways Narcissists torture their partners.

Narcissists intentionally create drama and chaos to make you miserable. How better to do that than through your children? It starts with telling the kids you don’t love them anymore. And you wish they’d never been born.

They tell despicable lies about you, create resentment, and encourage negativity. Their new partner is presented as a hero and protector. Suddenly, you’re squeezed out of their lives by the latest supply.

This will drive you crazy, of course, and the Narcissist will enjoy it tremendously. Sharing custody with your ex is bad enough. Competing with the new flame for your kids’ affection is like a stake through the heart.

Parental Alienation Has Lifelong Consequences

The biggest victims, ultimately, are your children. Kids are easily influenced by their parents, When the Narcissist tells them you don’t care anymore, your child won’t know who to believe.

Normal parents don’t want their children exposed to adult issues, but narcissistic parents thrive on it. Never mind the damage it does to your kids.That’s of no concern to them.

Even if you’re mother/father of the year, doubts will form in their innocent minds. Sadly, the side-effects of parental alienation can last a lifetime.

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