Singing parental alienation campaigner Andrew J Teague, from Swansea, made this video to mark his estranged daughter’s St David’s Day school concert… it was the first concert Andrew had failed to attend.
He can be seen turning his video camera to different points in his lounge to avoid revealing photographs of his ‘little princess’ following warnings from court to himself and other members of his D.A.D.s (dad’s against double standards) to ‘be careful’ what they show and say on social media.
Andrew said: “My daughter will be looking down into the crowd at the concert but she won’t be able to see me … I’m singing this traditional Welsh song for her and all the other children who are in the same position. I want her to know that I haven’t abandoned my little princess.”
And Andrew has revealed that more and more he and others running the site are spending time talking to estranged parents who have hit rock bottom as their ex-partners twist their children against them or they come up against the brick wall of bureaucracy which ham-strings courts and social services.
Many parents find it so difficult to see their children that despite paying hundreds of pounds in maintenance they are also paying for supervised access. One man says this costs him EIGHTY pounds a time to spend two hours with his child.
Estranged parents – who have perhaps lost all contact because of lies about them – are certainly vulnerable and sadly to some suicide can appear to be the only way out…
which hosts the live cult news show Postcard from Poprad every Friday, are supporting the battle and CWF editor Leigh G Banks said: “It is amazing how many people have suffered in this way and how shameful it is for parents to use their own children as weapons of emotional destruction. If your marriage is coming to an end you are very likely to become a victim of it … there are 75,000 new cases of parental alienation reported every year. Something needs to be done. That’s why myself and broadcast director at rti.fm Eric Wiltsher have pledged our support to those fighting it and we will continue to do so until the war is won.”