I’ve been writing about Parental Alienation Syndrome – something that goes hand in hand with international children abductions – from the beginning. When my children were taken to Poland in 1998 for Christmas Holidays, I had had no idea that such a devious thing could exist. A mental abuse inflicted by the mother of her own child in order to “win” with me was impossible to understand. She, a teacher, used as a weapon in her war with me, her 2 and 3-year-old own children.
There are plenty of books written on the subject, but the were no testimonials available for others to see. Thank God for Youtube and the democratization of the media. No mainstream media, usually with a political agenda, is needed to present a story of abuse. Unfortunately, as the statistics show, the abuse of Parental Alienation Syndrome comes mainly from mothers. Persons that are associated only with love in everybody’s life. There are many examples that this stereotype is far from the truth.
The story of Ryan Thomas is not about international abduction, but the mental abuse of the guy is VERY real and close to experiences that I and my both abducted children experienced. It took Ryan over three decades to come to the terms, and rebuild his relationship with his dad. My Amelia and Daniel, even though they are already in college age, are still not willing to face the truth, and begin to ask basic questions about their story. They still prefer ignorance from taking the responsibility for their own lives.
The sad part is, that after 17 years of being removed from their lives, I also have been robbed from any emotional connection with my own children. Yes, the logic tells me they ARE my children and I should love them, but emotionally both of them became total strangers. Yes, I do think about them every day, but my emotions turn from love to anger. More and more, I blame THEM, and not their mother and her “regime”, for the unwillingness to confront me, confront the very ugly, inconvenient truth. After all, they ARE adults already.
Here’s the introduction to the series that Rayn Thomas recorded.
Below, is the full story of Ryan. He proves in this video many details of emotional hurt and child abuse he experienced from his own mother and her family. I hope you take a few minutes to listen to him. It WILL change your world. I hope that Polish (and not only) politicians listen carefully to him too. Giving parents 500zł a month per child may be a good thing, but preventing from such repulsive abuse is even more important.
To get more answers like “Do my alienated children love me”, visit Ryan’s youtube channel. Here is the link