Parental Alienation is CHILD ABUSE!!

 

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Parental Alienation is CHILD ABUSE!!
Years of exposure to a longtime drug addict is also damaging!!!

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    1. I'm tired of sitting around wishing this was different, i want CHANGE!!!!

      Lisa Anderson
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      I'm well aware my recent actions seem drastic!! But I can promise you, I was just waiting for the proper forum! Although this may seem rash, and sudden it has been building up. For 18 months now we have been trying to follow the proper steps required in the family law system. We have been met with unbelievable accussations of Meth addiction (Me), Alcoholism (Me), and both of us being mentally unstable . I'm not sure of many parents who wouldn't be ruined by the impact of losing your child! In NO way has Mike ever said, he wasn't at fault for his mistakes. But there is nothing Mike could of truely done, to approve of Valerie's behaviour. Her Boyfriend has a child as well he chooses not to see, and yet they feel entitled to keep Hannah from us. What did Brooklyn and Greg do to deserve this, One day they will meet again! Stop being selfish, it sound's like we are not the only people you are running from! This is not fair to Hannah!!!!!!!

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    • Melissa Perez VANCOUVER, WA
      • over 2 years ago

      I would die if i couldn't have access to my boys i have 4 and couldn't even imagine it....they deserve a life that's good for them...the thought of not knowing is the one that hurts the most. Good luck

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    • Lisa Anderson HAMILTON, CANADA
      • over 2 years ago

      Brittany, there has never been any mention of not wanting to pay child support. Valerie has recieved support, she also recieved Ontario works, while being fully employeed! If Valerie attended the manditory Information session the family court required her to take! She would know that the issues of child support and access are completely seperate. If all the terrible thing Valerie said about us were true, i wouldn't for a second of taken such drastic measures. I have given Valerie weeks to get a hold of us, she said she was contacting a lawyer, she has never done so. Mike has and will continue to love his children, and do the very best he can as a Father! Anyone ignorant enough to believe a Father should get over not being in their child's life, probably should pass on being a parent! If all these accussations are true, would we really be doing what ever it takes to find Hannah! This has nothing to do with Val, good for her she moved on! This is about Hannah's Rights

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    • Paula Reid HAMILTON, CANADA
      • over 2 years ago

      Despite what Meagan believes and thinks Mike does have the right to see his daughter. He is her father! Just because there may be a metal health issue does not make him a bad father or person it just makes him human.

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    • Amanda Frankum HAMILTON, CANADA
      • over 2 years ago

      Mike I am so proud of you for fighting for your child. Hannah needs her father!!!xo

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    • Jennifer Foster HAMILTON, CANADA
      • over 2 years ago

      I know what it was like for me to grow up not knowing my mother from the age of 7 on.

      By denying Hannah's father the right to see her, not only are you breaking a law, you're breaking your daughters heart.

      I don't know either of you, but I do know the situation quite well.

      Knowing a parent exists out there but does not communicate is extremely difficult on children, adolescents and teens.

      If you intend to keep this up, I sure hope you're prepared to accept blame down the road in counseling sessions with her - if she'll allow you to take her.

      And I sure hope you're willing to accept that she will very likely become depressed (possibly even clinically, as in my case as a youth)

      She may become promiscuous and seek attention from males because she cannot seek normal affection from her father. You can place a male figure in her life, but she already knows she has a father, so the blame will rest quite likely in your court. I hope you're also prepared to deal with that.

      And before you think to yourself "She doesn't know me" I don't need to know you, situations like this ALWAYS have a sad ending, and I pray it's not Hannah who is shedding the tears.

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