I've lost two daughters to Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) and, of course, my grandchildren. The hardest thing - harder than anything else I've ever done - is coming to terms with this and understanding it. I've risen to the challenge to love where there is no love and to nurture myself so that I can carry on. Severe PAS is a terrible condition that grips a child's psyche like a phobia. It's also like bullying in the way that it develops its own momentum. This causes a campaign of hatred against a formerly loved parent. I want to see PAS properly understood and recognised by professionals. I'm working with MATCH and Families need Fathers to raise awareness of PAS and to support others. We help each other to never give up in loving our children.