Petition Tag - alienation

1. Require US embassy to inform American citizens marrying Japanese nationals of Japan's lack of joint custody and child abduction laws

Research shows an estimated 7000 US citizens are currently unable to see their child/children following a divorce with a Japanese national. Japan is one of the only developed countries in the world that lacks joint custody laws. In fact, the Japanese court often awards custody of a child following a divorce to the parent who abducts the child. US nationals are required to notarize their marriage certificate at the US embassy following a marriage. I petition the US embassy to notify all US nationals of the risk of marrying a Japanese national. Namely that if that US national has children and divorces their Japanese spouse,, they risk never seeing their child/children again.

2. Parental Alienation by Social Services in Ire: & the UK

Parental Alienation Syndrome vs. Parental Alienation:
Which Diagnosis Should Evaluators Use in Child-Custody Disputes? when a child has been taken into foster care, should Social Services be allowed to use a Victim of PAS evidence against them.

To help you decide please visit my Website PAS by Social Services

3. Stop Parental Alienation

The Honorable Justice Gomery of Canada stated: "Hatred is not an emotion that comes naturally to a child. It has to be taught. A parent who would teach a child to hate the other parent represents a grave and persistent danger to the mental and emotional health of that child."

Resources About (PA):
Baker, A.J.L.(2007). Adult children of parental alienation syndrome: Breaking the ties that bind. NY:W.W.Norton.

Clawar, S.S. & Rivlan, B. (1991). Children held Hostage: Dealing with programmed and brainwashed children. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association

Darnall, D. (1998). Divorce Casualties: Protecting your children from parental alienation. Lanham, MI: Taylor Trade.

Rand, D., Rand, R., & Kopetski, L.(2005). The Spectrum of Parental Alienation Syndrome Part III: The Kopetski Follow-up Study. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 23(1), 15-43.

Warshak, R. (2001). Divorce Poison: Protecting the Parent-Child bond from a vindictive ex. NY:HarperCollins.

4. Abolish Parental Alienation!

Parental alienation is a crime committed against innocent children and should be punishable by law.

Please don't allow another child to suffer due to parental alienation. Make the difference by signing this petition.

By your understanding the needless pain and suffering of innocent children you can appreciate that every signature is going to make a difference to help abolish this common abuse due to parental alienation.

Remember “When you do nothing, you feel overwhelmed and powerless. But when you get involved, you feel the sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better.”

Children have an inborn sense of justice, mercy and love for both parents.

Thank you for not leaving this petition site without posting your signature.

5. Parental Alienation Awareness Day Proclamation - April 25, 2010


WHEREAS: Parental alienation is often found in high conflict separations, divorces and custody disputes,
and takes advantage of the dependency and responsibility of a child; and

WHEREAS: Parental alienation deprives a child of their right to a loving relationship with both parents,
and interfers with a child’s mental & emotional development; and

WHEREAS: Parental alienation can be mild or to the extreme, conscious or unconscious, and can
manipulate and undermine a parent’s role in a child’s life; and

WHEREAS: Parental alienation behaviors such as denigrating the target parent, interfering with communication and visitation, confiding inappropriate adult information with a child; such as the details of the marriage breakdown, court proceedings and financial matters are considered harmful to the child’s mental wellbeing; and

WHEREAS: Medical professionals agree the problem of parental alienation exists and can cause mental and emotional harm to a child; and can affect them as adults with tragic consequences; and

WHEREAS; With awareness, we can educate parents to act in their child’s best interest, and gain education, understanding, and knowledge to prevent the abuse of the innocent victims involved in high conflict separations.