This is an easy-to-understand guide for divorced and separated parents, as well as for mental health professionals, legal professionals, and the general public. This book explains how to understand and recognize parental alienation, which is a form of child abuse that is occurring worldwide. Parental alienation occurs when a parent, motivated by revenge or defiance, manipulates a child to reject or hate the other parent. The intention of the alienating parent is to prevent, hinder, or destroy the child’s links with the other parent. The author of the book, Gladys Monge, reflects on her personal experience when she lost two sons through divorce and her struggle in the courts. Gladys Monge is a survivor of parental alienation.