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Eight Facets of Parental Alienation - 6: Absence of Guilt 
Parental alienation often arises from unresolved conflicts, animosities, or resentments between the parents. The absence of guilt may stem from deep-seated hostility towards the alienated parent, where the alienating parent sees them as deserving of mistreatment or punishment for perceived transgressions. The absence of guilt can also be fueled by a sense of empowerment. By alienating the other parent, they assert dominance and influence over the child’s emotions and loyalties, reinforcing their own sense of importance and authority within the family dynamic. They might be described as an abydocomist, celebrating the falsehoods that they have invented due to several psychological defence mechanisms, including denial, projection of blame, or rationalisation. 
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