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There is nothing you can do about her behaviour. The only way to deal with the alienating parent is to basically ignore whatever she says or does. Do not retaliate or respond to the child with any blame for stuff that he is obviously repeating. Treat him with the kindness you have always shown him. This is an issue which will be ongoing until he is old enough to work it out for himself. We have had much of the same trouble with my son's ex wife, but the children are now older and they look back and know that we were always kind and loving to them, no matter what their mother said. He will have that same memory of you in the future and that is when things will improve. The counselling did not work because the mother was probably actively undermining it. Hang in there, Sera





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