Tuesday, September 23, 2008
For the original article click on the link above. They (militant feminists) all seem to have the same article information and statistical base but adapt it to their latest crusade. In this case Alec Baldwin's new book to be released today. PAS: In the Best Interest of the Abuser? Is parental alienation syndrome a mental disorder or a defense? >Joan Dawson (joanied40) Is Joan Dawson an enabler of child abuse?View : 5 , 0, 1 Mike Murphy, 2008/09/24 00:46 I've read this kind of very tragic misinformation before and it is usually from radical feminists who become blinded by gender wars rather than use logic. Parental Alienation is usually introduced into a dispute by a mother targeting a father but not exclusively. What Dawson and others of her ilk seem to overlook is men can - and do - perform this same activity. Is she defending the men who do it as well? Dawson uses the same playbook as her other radical feminist cohorts by trying to debunk Gardiner, who is now dead and can't defend himself. The fact that it is not yet defined as "mental illness" seems to give comfort to those who either defend it or believe it doesn't exist. Read Dr. Richard Warshaks "Divorce Poison" and many other recent professional assessments of Parental Alienation. Dawson reminds me of all those religious zealots who didn't believe the world was round way back in the day. She should hope it doesn't happen to her and then she will know what it is like to walk in Mr. Baldwin's shoes - and mine. In the mean time she is one of the many radical feminists who cannot step outside the box they are locked into dealing with gender issues to see that this behaviour does exist and all she does is enable those abusers who think of children as nothing more than pawns in their war against the target spouse be they male or female.