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"I just received your new book, "Adult Children of PAS", yesterday. I bought two copies and will probably buy more. The similarities in the patterns of alienation are incredible. Your book is a huge source of encouragement to me. Your work is appreciated."
"By way of introduction, I am an alienated father who just read your book, Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome. I want to tell you how meaningful your book was to me. At times I cried. You've inspired me to never stop trying to have a meaningful relationship with my sons. You've also given me a glimmer of hope that I, someday, will be reunited with my sons. Thanks for the thoughtful work. You've helped me frame my thinking for the better. Nobody misses my sons more than me - nobody!"
"Thank you so much for writing about Parental Alienation. A disturbing trend with devastating results. It was like you wrote it for me. I can't tell you how much your words helped me understand and cope. I will never give up in trying to reconnect with my boys. Well done! Thank you again."
"I am reading your book and was compelled to set it down to send you an email. Thank you very much for writing it. You have done a great service to children and society by writing this book. I know high quality research and insightful, well-balanced writing when I see it. Anyway, I had to write to you to thank you. Your book is timely and highly important to society. I will promote your book at every opportunity."
"Firstly my apologies for this unsolicited intrusion but please bear with me. I have started reading your Parental Alienation Syndrome book and felt compelled to write. I thank you for your book and maybe helping other people with it by raising its profile."
"I have just finished reading your book and in my opinion, it should be mandatory reading for any custody evaluator or attorney involved in high conflict divorces where parental alienation is present. As a parent who has lived this nightmare for the past five years, I can personally attest to the 19 areas of alienation and the subtle manipulation that occurs. One of the most pertinent phrases in your book had to do with how PAS is chosen by the child as a solution or method of survival. I so appreciate being able to understand this dynamic and am hopeful that your book assists in making changes in our legal system."
Dr. Baker is a nationally recognized expert in parent child relationships, especially children of divorce, parental alienation syndrome, and emotional abuse of children.
Dr. Baker is available as an expert witness and for print, radio, and television interviews.