Valery Roberson

When I first started reading this book, I was nervous. I was afraid I couldn’t handle all the emotions., I am very sensitive. But this book has been exciting! I know that is hard to believe based on the story subject. But there has been a lot of twists and turns and some exciting action. The story is very well written You get to see all the sides of the people involved and you will be very surprised how they all connect. Because of this, it was hard to put down the book.
Narcissis or Parental Alienation; A controversial term for a disturbance in which children are obsessively preoccupied with depreciation and/or criticism of a parent. This happens usually from a nasty divorce. Julia has been subjected to this by her Father even before her parents divorced. She hated her Mother, but didn’t really know why. She was unhappy living with her Mother and Sister and Step-Father, but has memroies of good times. She don’t really know why she moved in with her Father. It wasn’t until she slit her wrists and the right person was driving the ambulance knew of her from his neighborhood and knew of her Father that she got help and answers to some of her questions. He knew she need more than just an emergency rooms help. So he made sure she got transferred to where she should be, another hospital in another town, with the best Doctor for Julia.
You follow Julia and her family through the investigation of why and who and deprogramming. This story was very interesting to say the least. It really makes you look at life and divorced families in a different way. Not all divorce families go through this, but a lot do. I liked how you got to know each person involved on a personal note. I liked that some were already connected by different means.
I really liked this book! The best part besides Peter getting what was coming to him, was the ending. It showed recover in progress and hope. Victims don’t always have a happy ending, or something to give them hope. I really like the authors style of writing and how he put the story together. I look forward to reading more of his work in the future.

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.