By Jennifer Wolf, About.com Guide to Single Parents
Sadly, many parents find their relationship with their children changes after a divorce. Most of the time, this is due to the transition your entire family is going through, and after a time, you discover new ways to relate to and enjoy one another.
If you feel that the changes you're seeing are extreme, though, you may suspect Parental Alienation Syndrome. This is when a child who previously enjoyed a warm relationship with both parents begins to reject one parent solely based on strong, negative claims introduced by the other parent.
One indicator that PAS is being taken more seriously is the recognition of Parental Alienation Awareness Day on April 25. If your family has been impacted by PAS, take a moment to leave a comment below in support of Parental Alienation Awareness Day.
Parental Alienation Resources