Litigants Designated As Protective Parents Need Not Be “Perfect People”

26 Jul


Those involved in extremely high conflict divorce/custody litigation are as per the experience of the FCVFC people whom have their own challenging childhoods. As mental health experts with thousands of hours of training direct treatment and research experience we can say with certainty that there are few if any individuals who come through life without experiences of some significant trauma, grief, loss, abandonment, betrayal, tragedy that has not had significant impact. The ability to integrate and use the experience for personal growth, empathy, healthy social integration is critical to making good relationship choices that ensure a safe, stable future. Not everyone is so fortunate. Whether some individuals make choices that are not in their best interest or worse, may lead to their worst nightmares, may be the product of naiveté or denial or any other of numerous psychological pathways that lead to associations not in one’s best interest.

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Posted by on July 26, 2015 in Uncategorized


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