A Story of Parental Alienation, Suicide, and Narcisissm

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I often wonder how many men and women in the Western World are afflicted with Narcissistic Personality Disorder. And, I wonder how many men, women, and children have suffered to the point of having their lives ruined because, in general our society has failed to recognize or understand this serious social plague.
I wrote “Tears In The Rain” because I stood by and helplessly watched my stepchild abandon her mother at the age of fourteen. She was victimized by a ten year vendetta her father waged against her mother seeking revenge after their divorce.  In retrospect it is crystal clear to me how he manipulated his own daughter to terminate her relationship with her mother and become extremely vitriolic and eventually remove herself completely from her mother’s life. If I knew then what I know now I could have stopped it. I failed, but I hope this book will help others succeed. I am convinced in many cases Parental Alienation can be prevented if it is recognized early enough by trained professionals. Read More

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Author: Len Myers

I am a writer and the husband of a victim of Parental Alienation/Pathological Parenting. I have developed a commitment to inform the public about this social epidemic.

3 thoughts on “A Story of Parental Alienation, Suicide, and Narcisissm”

  1. Awareness is always a good thing. I hope school psychologists delve into this so that more cases can come to light soon enough to help struggling children. Terrible to be a child pitted against your parent. Shameful, actually.

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