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Any success stories dealing with an alienating ex?
One parent should not be allowed to alienate the child from the other parent. I truely believe in most cases parents realize this .... But there are some cases where it does take place and the legal systems either don't care or are clueless. I would like to hear from others who were able to remedy such situations.