Protective Mothers' Alliance International

family court abuse/corruption


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Welcome to PMA International’s Unstoppable Mothers

Protective Mothers Alliance International (PMA) has launched Unstoppable Mothers, a powerful photo and essay project to give voice to Protective Mothers and their Children.

The photos depict the loss and grief a Protective Mother experiences when she is forcibly separated from her child(ren) due to family court injustice,  the events she missed in the life of her child or abuser quotes.

The essays, in Protective Moms’ own words, are common real life family court situations. Protective Mothers reveal the most outrageous action a judge took in their case.and/ OR, the Protective Mom shares what she has missed most about not being in her child’s life and/or the Protective Mom shares her abuser’s quotes.

How Can You Participate?

Protective mothers may send their quotes to the comment section  of our new Unstoppable Mothers blog devoted specifically to this Unstoppable Mothers Campaign.

Protective mothers may also read some earlier quotes on this site at-

All signs, quotes, and pictures will be posted on  our new Unstoppable Mothers” blog devoted specifically to this Unstoppable Mothers’ campaign

PMA International will put the Unstoppable Mother’s quote on a sign ,  an appropriate picture or an image for the project.

Some signs with quotes will be combined with missed milestone pictures taken by PMA International’s talented protective mothers, highlighting their creativity and photography skills.

Some feedback about “Unstoppable Mothers'” photo and essay project;

“Beautiful photography by talented PMA protective mothers, coupled with heartbreaking real life stories of loss in the mothers’ own words. Another stunning PMA Intl. project to raise awareness. TY Janice, Lundy and all the PMA moms!!”

“Participating in this project was very empowering and gave me hope”

“Thank you for capturing a protective mother’s powerful story through her own words and beautiful pictures .”

“Thank you for giving us moms a voice along with gorgeous visuals from talented protective mothers.”

” Powerful”

Now that we all understand how to participate and what the ground rules are for this project, Protective Mothers’ Alliance International invites you into our project; a window to our world. We ask you to brace yourselves, step slowly into our shoes,  carefully take a step , steal a tiny glimpse , and taste a tiny bite of what life is like as a protective mother. An unstoppable protective mother, enduring one of the darkest atrocities known in the history of our civilization.





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  1. These pictures are hard to look at b.c. I have gone through so much. But I am so thankful for your photo project b.c. it gives words to so many things I struggle to say. I have shown this to my friends and family so they understand what it is like, and seen people cry b.c. for the first time they get what I am going through. This is tremendously healing!


    February 3, 2014 at 1:05 am

  2. You have been nominated for the Five Enobling Awards 🙂 x


    March 20, 2014 at 2:51 am

  3. Words cannot fully describe what it is like to lose a child in a situation where you are totally powerless against forces of abuse and corruption in the Court..but the pictures do speak. Thank you PMA for bposting these pictures and the courageous stories of the Protective Moms. And thank you to all the Moms who have shared their stories, you are my inspiration. You give me so much strength!! I will be sharing this.

    Daylen Swift

    June 20, 2014 at 10:33 am

  4. Reblogged this on .


    March 10, 2015 at 9:39 pm

  5. My baby girl was taken from me by dcfs at 2 days old while I was breast feeding still in the hospital.. cause of what I believe was a baby scam she was released back home where I was only allowed to be around my baby supervised “I don’t do drugs or drink I have never hurt a child” she was home till her dad tryied to run off with her his mom and his new girlfriend and left me behind, when dcfs was notified he my child’s father had to bring her back …then she was taken yet again where she spent 6 to 8 months In foster care .I was only allowed to he my baby once a week..I’ve missed first holidays.. First time rolling …first tooth I proved my case at court of me being a fit parent but was unable to have custody of my little baby girl .. Now she is 3 years old with her dad and his family sharing a room with him and god knows who …he was arrested not to long ago and his mom is in and out of the hospital what can I do to get my baby back I have my own apartment now with a room for my baby and a job what next


    March 21, 2015 at 1:08 pm

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