Alienating Behavior Spectrum
1. Does not ask child(ren) to provide information about what is going on in their other parent’s household.
2. Does not bad-mouth the other parent.
3. Always encourages the child(ren) to love and respect the other parent.
4. Does not argue with the other parent in front of the child(ren).
5. Is on time for custody exchanges; respect the other parent’s parenting time.
1. Occasionally bad-mouths the other parent to your child in subtle ways, or within their hearing when having conversations with others.
2. Seldom or never says anything positive about the other parent to your child(ren).
1. Shows anger when your child(ren) hears you bad-mouthing their other parent.
2. Expects your child(ren) to take sides with you against their other parent.
3. At times refuses visitation or interferes with virtual contact between your child(ren) and their other parent.
4. Conveys to your child(ren) that you prefer they not have a relationship with their other parent.
1. Mission is to destroy the relationship of the child with the other parent.
2. The child is used as a weapon of revenge.
3. The child is used as a tool to make the alienator emotionally complete.
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