Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Turning Scars into Stars: How Margot Schiffer Transformed My Pain into Triumph --Blog 9




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Margot Schiffer

Before we delve into the topic of narratives, let me introduce myself: my name is Matt Okada. I have written more than 100 research papers and have been writing micro-blogs for over a year. Today, I am excited to share my insights about an interesting pre-released book that I recently read, and I am glad to have the opportunity to do so. 

Without further ado, let's get started with the storytelling.

In a world filled with uncertainties and challenges, finding solace and inspiration in the pages of a book is like stumbling upon a hidden oasis in the desert of life. Such is the promise held within the upcoming release, "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”," by the promising author, Margot Schiffer. As I delved into the essence of this captivating narrative, I found myself swept away on a journey that transcends the boundaries of mere storytelling, offering a profound exploration of the human experience.

At its heart, "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”" is a tale of love, loss, and resilience—a poignant reminder of the ebbs and flows that shape our existence. Margot Schiffer masterfully crafts her narrative, drawing readers into the rich tapestry of her life with eloquence and grace. Every page resonates with authenticity and emotion, from the enchanting beginnings of her romance with her husband to the challenges they face as a family.

What sets "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”" apart is its unflinching honesty in confronting the complexities of relationships. As Margot grapples with the betrayal that threatens to unravel her marriage, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery—as empowering as it is enlightening. Through her introspection and resilience, Margot emerges from the ashes of her past, embracing a newfound sense of strength and optimism for the future.


Forbye, in Margot's story, readers will find echoes of their struggles and triumphs, reminding us that we are never truly alone in our experiences. From the tender portrayal of parental love to the raw emotions of divorce, Margot navigates the complexities of life with a rare authenticity that is both refreshing and relatable.

As I reached the final chapters of "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”," I was filled with hope and renewal. Margot's journey is proven to be the burning light against the dull blackness of my depression, reminding us all that even in our darkest moments, there is always a glimmer of light on the horizon. 

To cut a long story short: Margot Schiffer's authorial debut promises to leave an indelible mark on the literary landscape. So, dear readers, I urge you not to miss out on this journey with Margot and discover the transformative power of her story. In the pages of "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”," you can expect to find inspiration to embrace your journey with grace and gratitude.

If you enjoyed reading this, please share it with your family, friends, and fellow book enthusiasts.

I hope to see you in the next blog with another analytical overview of someone's story.

Peace out!

 

 

Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Insights from Margot Schiffer's Story: Overcoming Parental Alienation -- Blog 8

 



Parents are a haven for a child. To make things more vibrant, I would say parents are like a set of chords leading to a compelling progression, but if one fails to strike the perfect note, an entire chord can detune the harmony, thus leading to a poorly performed progression.

Parental alienation is a term used to describe the behavior of a parent who intentionally shows unwarranted negativity towards the other parent in front of their child. This behavior is meant to harm the child's relationship with the other parent and make the child feel negative emotions towards them. Other family members may also be involved in this behavior in an attempt to make one parent seem like a negative influence on the child.

Research published in 2022 by the National Institutes of Health suggests that exposing children to parental alienating behaviors can have a profound impact on their mental health later in life, including anxiety disorders and trauma reactions.

An international sample of 20 adults who were exposed to parental alienating behaviors in childhood participated in a study that identified four themes: mental health difficulties, emotional pain, addiction and substance use, and coping and resilience.

The study found that parental alienation is a form of emotional abuse that can lead to intergenerational transmission and elevated levels of suicidal ideation.

Broken Chords – Author Margot Schiffer's Battle Against Parental Alienation:

A Poland-born author named Margot Schiffer penned her story in her forthcoming autobiography called "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”." she shares her experiences on a life-changing adventure to Germany as part of an Au Pair program. Her story mainly documents her grievances and her journey from being a young girl to a falsely orchestrated mother. Central to her story is the profound impact of her marriage and its painful dissolution, leaving her emotionally shattered. Prior to navigating the turmoil of a broken marriage, Margot also confronted the anguish of parental alienation.

 

In one of the chapters of her book, the story unfolds Margot's struggle with her mother-in-law's narcissistic traits, leading her into uncanny valleys of confusion. Initially, her mother-in-law's behavior isn't abusive, but as the story progresses, her hidden agenda becomes apparent. She begins to enact mischievous schemes against Margot's children, painting Margot as a bad parent while simultaneously encouraging her children to abandon their mother. Stories aren't merely about their beginnings and endings; it's the unfolding of events that shapes the monument of experiences they represent.

 

 

 

 

In "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”," Margot Schiffer confronts the harrowing reality of parental alienation, exposing its destructive impact on familial bonds. Schiffer delves into the agonizing turmoil of witnessing her children become pawns in a game of emotional manipulation, torn between loyalty and confusion. The book lays bare the heart-wrenching consequences of parental alienation, shedding light on the profound scars it leaves on both parents and children alike. Through her courageous storytelling, Schiffer brings to light the urgent need to address and combat this silent epidemic, advocating for the preservation of the sacred parent-child relationship.

 

Understanding Parental Alienation Syndrome

It's a phenomenon where children become consumed with hatred towards one parent, often without cause. They adamantly reject any positive memories shared with the targeted parent, displaying a lack of ambivalence towards the alienating parent. 

 

Their hostility is often masked by weak excuses, presenting a facade of justification for their actions. What's particularly distressing is the apparent lack of remorse or guilt for their behavior, as they become cold and spiteful towards the targeted parent, even extending this hostility to their extended family. 

 

Despite the irrationality of the situation, the alienated child staunchly aligns with the alienating parent, creating a rift that is difficult to mend. Recognizing and addressing PAS is crucial for preserving familial bonds and ensuring the well-being of all involved.

 

Unveiling Judicial Failures:

Margot Schiffer's book "A Mother’s Voice: Demanding Justice Against Child Alienation”" also sheds light on the deficiencies of the courts, judges, and judicial systems. It brings to the forefront a significant issue where parents and children are left vulnerable in cases where their rights should have been upheld. The problem of parental alienation is a grave concern that involves unjustifiable behavior and disputes. Regrettably, there are no laws in place to address this problem, and judges need to become more aware and involved. It is essential that we openly discuss this frustrating and unacceptable situation. Witnessing how society handles this issue can be devastating and heartbreaking. Therefore, it is crucial to raise our voices and find a solution to ensure that the law is properly enforced and children's rights are protected.

 

Lessons From Margot's Revelation on Parental Alienation and Divorce

Margot talks about parental alienation, where children can be caught up in hatred towards one parent, leaving them with lasting emotional scars. Her story is a call to action for parents and caregivers to prioritize empathy, communication, and cooperation during adversity.

 

Margot's experience teaches us to reflect on our roles and take proactive steps toward conflict resolution and reconciliation. By fostering an environment of mutual respect and understanding, we can reduce the risk of alienation and nurture enduring familial bonds based on love and solidarity. Let us honor Margot's journey by championing the importance of healing and compassion. We can do this by embracing vulnerability and empathy.

 

Conclusion:

In the wake of Margot Schiffer's journey, we're reminded of the delicate balance within family dynamics. Shedding light on the enduring scars left on both parents and children. Through her resilience, Margot beckons us to prioritize empathy, communication, and cooperation in navigating adversity. To ensure that the love we share in our families lasts for generations, we must listen to the wise words of those who have come before us. They remind us to be kind and to care for one another. By doing so, we can create an environment of healing and compassion that protects the sanctity of familial love.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, June 17, 2024

Interview with Erskine Gibson

 





Erskine Gibson




The Universe Is Not What You Think It Is 

https://theuniverseisnotwhatyouthinkitis.com/#home



             

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Tell your readers a little about yourself, where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school etc. Let them get to know the personal you.

I am the Modern Day Prophet. I know and understand things about our Universe that no one else does. No one in the entire world. No scientist, no astrophysicist, no astronomer. I want to tell everyone what the truth really is in hopes that it will change our behavior towards the planet.


What inspired you to author this book?

I want to enlighten as many people as I can.


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Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?

I created the book cover myself. The inspiration came from the Sun.


Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?


No one has influenced me at all in writing this book. However there were 3 people that were instrumental in the writing of my book. Their names are Chelea Gibson, Willard Braswell, and Maurio Parks.


What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?


It took me a year to write this book. There were challenges with the illustrations, the editing, the book cover and many more. it's not easy writing a book. Not to mention writers block.


Tell your readers about your book.

In my book I explain what the Solar System is. I explain what the Sun is. I explain what galaxies are. I explain what black holes are. I explain what the Universe is. I explain how gravity really works. I talk about a lot of other things in my book as well. I can honestly say there is no other book like this in the world.


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Who is your target audience, and why?

My target audience would be enlightened people. Highly intelligent people. People who can think outside of the box. People whose minds are unlocked from the many false teachings in the world. People who aren't already invested in religion and science. So I guess younger people.


What do you consider your greatest success in life?

Writing this book.


What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?

The thing that sets me apart is my level of knowledge and understanding. My book can't even be placed in any current genres.


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Zoom Interview with JA Carlton by Dr. Mel

 







My name is Jill Carlton

Pen name JA Carlton


"A must-read. You don't want to miss this one." Dr. Mel



Your Life, Your Destiny, Your Choice

(Originally released as: At The Crossroads, The Destiny of Choice)


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website; authorjacarlton.com 

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/list/59010.J_A_Carlton 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacarltonauthor/ 

YouTube: @jacarltonauthor


Tell your readers a little about yourself, where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school etc. Let them get to know the personal you.

I'm a gen xer, grew up outside of Chicago in the 70's, was a teenager in the 80's. An early latch-key kid, if you've heard of us, you know we largely looked after ourselves with adults often obligations we had to honor to earn our bed, food and sustenance. One of the major problems about this was being caught in the epicenter of a massive historical shift that encouraged critical thinking and autonomy while still demanding subservience to a group of social ideals that were quickly becoming obsolete. In short, we got a lot of mixed messages, and they caused a lot of confusion. over the years I've been fortunate enough, (some would say stubborn.... I say tomato.. tomaaaato) to have been exposed to a few hard truths, the first of which is this: There is only 1 person who is with you from the moment you're born until the day you die, and THAT person is the one we must strive to honor. That's the person staring back at you in the mirror every day. That person deserves the best opportunity to make of their life, something to be proud of and feel satisfaction with. I've also learned a few mindset pointers for learning how to do that.


What inspired you to author this book?

There were so many self-help guru's during that era, and they all had these messages that focused so intensely on the outside of the individual, change your look, change your wardrobe, change your hair, lose weight, grow muscle (but not too much if you're a girl), be tough, be hard, be manly but look feminine... it was honestly ridiculous. They capitalized on fashion and social trends that were as ephemeral as the "color wheel" of cosmetics... by trying to tell a person that they could only gain respect or break the flass ceiling by "looking the part" .... "the clothes make the man... or woman'... I mean, do you remember those shoulder pads? yeeesh! What they never bothered with, was trying to help a person to be okay with themselves as they are. That's where real change starts, when you can accept who you at THIS moment, and be GRATEFUL for who you are, then recognizing that you can be MORE comes much more easily. And as a challenge to yourself rather than anyone else or their expectations, it becomes exciting and fun, because it's FOR YOU, but the benefits will ripple out to those around you, which perpetuates the cycle.


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Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?

The first version of the book, titled "At the Crossroads: The Destiny of Choice" came from both the TV show Supernatural and from Robert Johnson, so a friend drew the cover art for me. Later the second edition, the cover represented more the cultivation of the true self as something that required nurturing. So in a way the first cover represented quite literally a crossroads where one could make a deal with a devil for external acceptance and, the second one, as growth from within.


Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?


Author wise: Marguerite Henry, Madeline L'Engle, Stephen King, Marcus Aurelius, Robin Cook, John Saul, Tolkein, Stephen Hawking. Personal wise... my mother started it. My penmanship was so atrocious she made me copy pages out of books, I did so out of so many that, some of which were less than engaging... let's just say it got to a point where I'd rather write my own than to be forced to read some of those others.


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What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?


I'm not a good sharer. I learned at an early age that no one gives a damn about what struggles you may be going through, mostly because they're too preoccupied with their own. And I also learned at an early age to never give anyone anything they can use against you. Eventually though, I learned that if you can look your own faults and shortcomings in the eye, when people try to use them to hurt you, they're the ones who will fall and fail in the eyes of those they're trying to impress with their cruelty. A great deal of the rest is in the book.


Tell your readers about your book.

It's a small compendium of strategies for creating wholeness from within. Many of the philosophies come from historical practitioners of Stoicism like Marcus Aurelius, or Seneca, but still others were born of some of the mind-sets of more Taoist principles.


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Who is your target audience, and why?

Anybody and EVERYbody who recognizes that they have been subjected to manipulation, repression, and suppression by those around them, for the benefit of those around them while their own needs or identity has been ignored, dismissed, or made to suffer because to recognize or encourage, let alone ALLOW them to be who they are or want to be, would be "inconvenient" for the circle of others they're subject to. In the prologue of my book The Coming of Schades, one of the characters talks about once having asked his best friend why he didn't just take his little brother and run, (when it came to an abuser they were subject to). The character's response was simple, "I didn't know I could." This book is for people teetering on the edge of that knowledge that they CAN, that they're WORTH investing THEIR time and energy into, that's why others don't want them to change.


What do you consider your greatest success in life?

Facing my fear about whether, or not my works, my opinions, my stories are worth existing let alone promoting. So.... finding people like you and asking for help is thus far, my greatest success.


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What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?

One unique thing? I've been writing for over 40 years and was too afraid of rejection to pursue marketing with any hope of success.