After enduring what has been called “the worst known case of parental alienation and the most corrupt family court case in the history of Texas” Wendy became motivated to break the silence about parental alienation. She started with hosting monthly parental alienation support group meetings in 2011. Since then, she has also hosted various parental alienation awareness and education events attended by hundreds of people from all over the world. . Her divorce story was featured in the critically acclaimed documentary Divorce Corp that showed the inner workings of the $50 billion a year U.S. family law industry and the wasteful practices seen in family courts across the country. Nowadays, Wendy hosts private online parental alienation support groups that have members worldwide. Her private support groups include live support meetings and focuses on helping target parents and grandparents to “live their best lives even though they are affected by parental alienation.” Wendy's passion is to encourage people affected by parental alienation to “strive to thrive, not just survive.”
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Links from the episode:
Members only support group: www.wendyjperry.com/membersonly
Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome By Amy Baker
Divorce Poison by Dr. Richard A. Warshak
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