Dwyane Wade’s Custody Dispute a Classic Case of Parental Alienation

Congratulations to Miami Heat and Dwyane Wade! 2013 NBA Champions!

A Father First ~ How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball

~Wade told the Associated Press. “Mentally, I’ve been preparing for it for over a year now. To me, it’s bigger than that. For me, it shows a lot of people that you need to fight to be in your kids’ lives sometimes. You fight until you can’t fight any more. That’s all I was trying to be, a father in his kids’ lives.”
Ending a long and often-vengeful fight, a Chicago court has awarded Wade sole “care, custody and control” of his two sons in March 2011 after a long court battle with his ex-wife, who remains in the boys’ lives.

Dwyane Wade Awarded Primary Custody of Sons

Wade was honored by the National Fatherhood Initiative, for his dedication to his two sons given the demands of being a professional athlete and single father. Earlier this season at All-Star weekend in Orlando, Wade headlined a roundtable discussion that was part of President Barack Obama‘s Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative.

Dwyane Wade Writing Memoir About Fatherhood

Gabrielle Union Would Like You To Know She Did Not Steal Dwyane Wade From His Ex-Wife

A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball

Dwyane Wade (Author)

10 thoughts on “Dwyane Wade’s Custody Dispute a Classic Case of Parental Alienation

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  4. ~Anonymous

    Every night is bad.

    But some are extraordinarily bad.

    I miss my children so much.

    It’s been 3 years.

    I hear on here that it gets easier.

    When? When does it get easier?

    It’s been 3 years and its not any easier. Some nights, like tonight, the pain is deep.

    It hurts so much I feel like I could die.

    They say you can’t die from this kind of pain. From emotional pain.

    Feelings never killed anyone.


    Maybe I’ll be the first documented case of a man dying from the pain of missing his children so much.

    The years that are gone, they are gone. Stolen from my children and I. You cannot give them back, you cannot make it right.

    My resentment towards my ex and the judge doesn’t seem to diminish. It seems instead to grow. It grows larger with every passing day.

    My soul is black and is turning even blacker. My heart heavy and continues to grow even heavier. My mind is clouded and becomes more clouded every day.

    All I feel is pain. Nothing but heartache and misery. Hopelessness and despair. Hatred and resentment. Nothing but pain.

    Tell me, when…..
    ….when does it get easier?

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    • It got easier for me after many years. I don’t know how exactly. I remarried six years after my wife divorced me and alienated my four children. About that time, God worked a miracle in my life and saved me. I still have darkness, and it almost killed me literally from stress, but I am still alive and hoping for the children to “turn their hearts to their father: according to Malachai 4:6. I hope and pray that you receive your breakthrough. It’s been 17 years now, and I have only spoken to two of my four children in the past few years. I still hope that the phone rings and they get healed of the extreme parental alienation that happened. A classic case. But Christ was the answer for me.

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