Children are impressionable and will read a coParent’s behavior as signals for their behavior. This may cause a child to alienate the other coParent.
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Where a custodial parent deliberately alienates a child from its non-custodial parent, the non-custodial parent’s obligation to pay support may be suspended.
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When one coParent badmouths the other to their child, one may overreact with extreme behavior.
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In her book, In the Name of the Child, Janet Johnston and colleagues write that high-conflict divorce cases are often characterized by “tribal warfare.”
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Most family courts have a standard court order that says,: “Neither parent shall make disparaging remarks about the other while in the presence of the child.
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Bad mouthing your ex can lead your children to develop co-dependency issues. This is parental alienation and forces the child to choose which parent is better.
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