is a process of one parent (the alienating parent)
influencing a child (alienated or targeted child)
to turn against and reject their other parent (alienated or targeted parent)
without legitimate justification.
The alienating parent can also be a grandparent, a step parent and even a non-family member.
Parental alienation can occur even when the relationship between the targeted child and targeted parent was once a very positive one.
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