In this episode of You’re double podcast, we are speaking to Dan Hund, a left behind parent from Seattle, US. So far we have released part 1 and part 2 of our conversation with Dan Hund. In part 1 and 2, we spoke about how he was tricked into having kids with his ex-boss, how he was manipulated into staying in the marriage, his struggles with getting divorced, child custody and child support.
In this episode we get deeper into many aspects of alienation, the red flags to look out for, and the lessons that will be beneficial to anyone going through similar situation as Dan. Now without further ado, lets get into the episode.
We have made this conversation with him into three parts as we spoke for more than 12 hours on various topics related to parental alienation. Now, Dan’s situation is pretty unique and you will see soon enough that he has the ability to verbalize and explain what he had gone through very well.
With that said, the stories that he told us explain deeply about things that are mentioned by experts that we have spoken to before in this podcast. I implore you to listen and try to relate back to things mentioned in our previous episodes with the experts as you will see obvious signs of narcissistic behavior, manipulation and gaslighting, alienation happening while still being married, and so much more.
We have purposely marked this episode as explicit because we do go into some adult themes through this episode. For those of you who are younger than 18 years old or a minor, I strongly suggest that you get the guidance of someone knowledgeable if you are not sure about things we are talking about.
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