How common is parental alienation in South Africa, and why does it happen?

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How common is parental alienation in South Africa?
How common is parental alienation in South Africa?

Parental alienation occurs when one parent alienates the other parent from the child or children they share, and as explored on Parent24 we know that it manifests as the children avoiding the other parent for no specific or real reason.

This can be incredibly damaging and traumatic for the children and the alienated parent. Here we find out more about how common parental alienation is in South Africa, and why it is a problem here.  

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