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Casualties Of W.A.R. Radio with Yahya McClain Episode 3

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Yahya McClain 2 time World Champion Boxer and the Creator of the upcoming Documentary Casualties Of W.A.R. welcomes in studio guest Cleland James and Gwendolyn Chubb.

Cleland James a former US Marine and the Author of The Child Who Hates Her Father And The Mother Who Caused It will be in the Studio live with Yahya talking about his battle in this horrific system. 

This book discusses the personal story of a U.S. Marine, who has fought the system and parental alienation syndrome against him, resulting in adult child estrangement from her father. Cleland, due to Parental Alienation Syndrome, no longer has any relationship at all with his child, who is now an adult.

The PAS that has taken place has resulted in a situation where the child hates the alienated parent, thus she no longer has any will to continue or try any relationship at all.

Get your e-Book  http://www.clelandjames.com

  • Gwendolyn Chubb is the founder and President of the Broken Bonds Network, host of the WIN Justice Radio Show and host of CAN-TV?s Chicago Independent Media Television.

    Gwendolyn is a MoneySmartWeek™ partner and facilitates workshops on Pre- and Post-Divorce Success Planning. She also hosted the JustUS For Justice Cable show. She is the Executive Producer of Broken Bonds Network?s new Docu-Ality™ Series about Parental Alienation Abuse.

  • In April 2013, Gwendolyn was the only non-attorney chosen to testify before the Illinois Supreme CourtRules Committee. In April 2012, she hosted a Parental Alienation Forum at the Chicago Public Library in collaboration with Illinois Fathers, Children?s Rights Council and LULAC.

    In March 2013, Gwendolyn drafted the proposal for “Sydni?s Law” which became the basis for SB1444:Agreed Orders – Dissolution Act.

 

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