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“Adoption—Fairytales and Tarradiddles”

Have you ever been deceived by someone not telling the truth? Most children are subjected to the deceit of others through the telling of fairytales and tarradiddles based on a surreal mix of fact and fantasy, improbable images, marvelous dreams, … Continue reading

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Adoption and “Xenophobia Parentis Syndrome”

“Xenophobic parentis syndrome” are the negative feelings, dislikes and fears of children who are orphaned, fostered, and adopted that are directed against unfamiliar, mysterious and lesser known birth parents. They fear their birth parents may be persons of ill character, … Continue reading

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“Adoption and Parental Alienation Syndrome”

Are you a victim of parental alienation? Parental alienation syndrome is a pathological alignment dynamic that is most common when competing adults indoctrinate children by jealously denigrating other targeted parents and grandparents. When a divorce occurs, child custody, and the dividing … Continue reading

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