If he views her as weak, an emotional cripple, less-than, pitiful, pathetic, needy, not deserving of respect, authority, or a voice in the matter, will too; even if they are determined to be better than and different from him.
When a noncustodial parent is repeatedly denied his or her rights to visit their child, it is important that the parent document each denial. A good way to document a denial of visitation rights is to file a police report. Filing a police report will ensure that the noncustodial parent has proof of
False Memory Syndrome in Parental Alienation Syndrome