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Teenagers Taking Sides: A Painful Consequence of Divorce

"I am divorced for a short while, after being separated for several years. My 16-year-old daughter is awful to me and she yells “I hate you” and even curses at me even in public. ... I don’t know what to do."


Perhaps the most difficult challenge relating to divorce and parenting is the alienation that can occur between one parent and his/her child(ren).


In this excellent blog posting, Rosalind Sedacca offers her perspective on this all to common experience.

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