Protective Mothers' Alliance International

family court abuse/corruption

Posts Tagged ‘Protective Mothers Alliance International

Happy Fathers’ Day To The Good Dads/ Janice Levinson Protective Mothers’ Alliance INTL. Executive Director/ Co-founder

leave a comment »

https://protectivemothersallianceinternational.org/2015/06/22/happy-fathers-day-to-the-good-dads-janice-levinson-protective-mothers-alliance-intl-executive-director-co-founder-2/
What Makes A Good Dad????

I posed this question to our PMA INTL.Protective Moms, Advocates , Administrators, Leaders and Members. We came up with the following list:

Note: this list also applies to dads no longer in a relationship with the mother of their child/children

1. Any dad who supports the mother of his child/children emotionally, physically, and financially.

2. Dads who teach their child/children by words and actions to respect their mothers and women in general.

3. Any dad who sets an example for his child/ children that his family is always his priority.

4. Dads who stand firm as a role model for his child/ children of honesty, integrity, dependability and kindness.

5. Dads who are available for their families emotionally and physically.

6. All dads who role model for their child/children positive work ethics.

7. All dads who discipline in a firm, yet fair and loving way.

8. Dads who are concerned for the safety of their child/children and their child/ children’s mother.

9. All dads who know how to disagree with respect and without violence or abuse of any kind.

10. Any dad who teaches his child/children that it is ok to make mistakes and points out his mistakes as an example.

11. All dads who embrace the washing machine and diaper changing.

12. Any dad who knows how to find the kitchen.

13. All dads who comprehend, appreciate and respect the challenges women and mothers face in our world today.

14. Any dad who knows how to tolerate and even pretend to enjoy a trip to the mall, theme park, children’s’ concert ect. with his family.

15. Dads who can demonstrate that family time is more important than his favorite sports event.

16. Any dad who can be a good listener and a strong consistent shoulder

17. All dads who are not afraid to get silly .

18. Dads who embrace water fights, pillow fights and up -all- night sleepovers .

19. Any dad not afraid to sing , dance, and play on the floor with his child/children

20. Dads who play dress up and have tea parties

Add to our list in the comment section . We would love to hear your thoughts.

We at PMA International honor “The Good Dad” on this Fathers’ Day.

“The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.” ~ David O. McKay

In Commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

leave a comment »

Written by protectivemothersallianceinternational

January 22, 2019 at 6:18 am

To All Hero Protective Mothers, With Love

leave a comment »

_last-pma-general--respect-man-with-hat_edited-3

Happy New Year

leave a comment »

A Protective Mother Says/ Hero Protective Mother Quotes

with one comment

_#-2-PM-Quote-Torture_edited-1

A new PMA International campaign- A Protective Mother Says/Hero Protective Mother Quotes. To participate you may send your quote to the comment section of  this website/blog. Only your initials will be used( unless you otherwise request different initials) . We reserved the right to edit all comments/quotes. As always your privacy will be respected. We value your participation. Much love and respect

A Protective Mother Says/ Hero Protective Mother Quotes

leave a comment »

A new PMA International campaign- A Protective Mother Says/Hero Protective Mother Quotes. To participate you may send your quote to the comment section of  this website/blog. Only your initials will be used( unless you otherwise request different initials) . We reserved the right to edit all comments/quotes. As always your privacy will be respected. We value your participation. Much love and respect
#aprotectivemothersays #heroprotectivemotherquotes #pmainternational

 

 

Take Back Your Life; Recovering from Cults and Abusive Relationships / Janja Lalich and Madeleine Tobias

leave a comment »

Family cults are where the head of the family uses excessive persusion and control techniques to keep the family functioning as he sees fit…These small cults and cultic abusive relationships tend to be more intense on their effect on the individual member than the larger group cult for the simple reason that all the

attention-and abuse- is focused on one or several persons often with more damaging consequences. Also women are primarily the victims in these relationships…..Most people do not like to think of their family as a cult, and they will rationalize away inner suspicions or fend off criticisms or observations by relatives and friends.

One important factor to keep in mind is that abuse does not have to be physical.In many cases it may be verbal or emotional. This seemingly less severe abuse often leads the victim to doubt her reaction because she is not being physically attacked and may not be able to explain the abuse to herself or others. Margaret Singer used to call ths the “gaslight effect”

..An abused partner must submit to the following abuses and/or behaviors:

Early verbal, physical and/or sexual dominance

Fear arousal and maintenance

Guilt induction

Contingent expressions of “love”

Enforced loyalty to the agressor

Promotion of powerlessness and helplessness

Pathological expressions of jealousy

Hope instilling behaviors

isolation/imprisonment

Required secrecy

Written by protectivemothersallianceinternational

July 19, 2018 at 8:52 pm

%d bloggers like this: