By Amy J. L. Baker
An exam of adults who've been manipulated through divorcing parents.
Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) happens whilst divorcing mom and dad use young children as pawns, attempting to flip the kid opposed to the opposite mother or father. This e-book examines the effect of PAS on adults and provides recommendations and wish for facing the long term results.
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When I got to college the following fall, I took a few interesting courses, made some new friends, had a couple of shortlived but entertaining relationships, and spent a great deal of time listening to extremely loud music in the poster-strewn dorm I lived in with my frazzled roommate, who, rumor had it, had ingested so many powerful mind-altering substances that his hair and beard had just plain stopped growing. He did eventually go on to graduate school at Harvard to study architecture, so apparently he managed to retain some functioning The Narrative Imagination brain cells beneath all that hair, frozen in its tracks, but he was quite a piece of work.
I, for instance, was almost killed in a car accident the summer after eleventh grade— intensive care unit, critical condition, lots of broken bones, the whole bit. My dad passed out cold the moment he saw me. I wouldn’t wish it upon anyone, but some good actually came of it. For one, some of the incessant squabbles my parents and I were accustomed to having, over topics ranging from my hair to my politics, vanished for a while; seeing their baby boy looking like a piece of raw meat, laying motionless in a hospital bed with tubes everywhere, they could only count their blessings that I had come out of the whole thing alive.
In modern times, it is often suggested, this upward path was largely superseded by a more thoroughgoing process of interiorization, a movement toward the inner landscape of the self. For better or for worse, the story generally continues, we are left with ourselves, our only hope being that the depths we are thought to possess will suffice to bring us some measure of meaning. While Taylor’s story is a somewhat tragic one, entailing a lamentable loss of divine direction, and Weintraub’s is a more “presenticentric” tale of progress, they nevertheless agree that something momentous followed the Augustinian revolution: God, or Good, the supposition of a transcendent order giving form and meaning to personal existence, progressively fades from the picture, leaving individuals to their own, largely inner devices.