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My son is the targeted parent of his kids. His x wife and her boyfriend are alienating the children. It has become chronic and yes, we are scared. How can we help these kids and my son is under a lot of stress. They have 50 50 custody. So the kids are with him half the time. I am seeing behavior changes in especially the youngest child. The boyfriend is like a cult leader, as described in the book. I believe he is controlling all this. She is continually barraging our son with this stuff. Putting kids in the middle How do you prevent PAS and what help is there out there?
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