Parental Alienation – Science and Law, a new book reviewed by Lena Hellblom Sjögren

The September 2020 issue of Interpersonal Acceptance (Newsletter of the International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection) is now available for viewing at ISIPAR Newsletter.

In it you have a review of the new book, 2020. Lorandos, D., Bernet, W. Parental Alienation – Science and Law, written by me. I hope you can somehow profit from it.

Please forward it to anyone who might like to know about it or about the Society.

ISIPAR=International Society for the Study of Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR). Membership applications are available from the Society’s website, isipar.uconn.edu.

Ronald P. Rohner, Ph.D.Professor Emeritus, is the former President of ISIPAR.

He is a recipient of the American Psychological Association Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology.  He also received the Outstanding International Psychologist Award from the USA, and the Henry David International Mentoring Award.

In 2020 he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Cross-Cultural Research.


View Rohner’s TEDxUCONN talk “They Love Me, They Love Me Not— And Why It Matters” at www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ePXxeGrfvQ

Also, save the date for the 9th International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection in Geneva, NY, USA, June 15-18, 2022.

In this latest issue of Interpersonal Acceptance, after my review, this story, told before,

but now somewhat changed by Ronald Rohner is published.

Which Wolf Are You Feeding?

A grandfather was teaching his grandchildren about life. He said to them,
“A fight is going on inside me. It is a terrible fight between two wolves. One
wolf expresses fear, rejection, anger, and hatefulness. The other wolf
expresses love, hope, kindness, friendship, and warmth. These wolves are
always fighting with each other. My grandchildren, this same fight is going
on inside of you. And not just you, but inside every other person too.”
The children thought about it for a minute. Then one child asked
his grandfather, “Which wolf will win the fight?” The grandfather replied,

“THE ONE YOU FEED.”