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Parental alienation occurs when one of the parents uses the child as 'affective blackmail' to harm their partner after a separation or divorce. Without a doubt, the one who suffers the most in this situation is the son. The pedagogue Jimena OCampo explains to us in this video how parental alienation affects children after a divorce and why we must protect our children at all times in a case of these characteristics.
Edition: Lola Doménech
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