Fathers and Mothers

Fathers and Mothers.

Todd’s inability to foster a positive relationship with Miller and to support the children’s contact with him. These include her conclusions that Todd caused Laurel to believe that she has been sexually abused by her father, that it is likely that Todd influenced her children with her negative beliefs and did not protect the children from her feelings, that Todd’s parents have “wholly and adamantly” accepted that Miller is a pervasive negative influence on the children, and that Todd’s mother is active in helping her daughter prove that Miller sexually abused the children.

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