Vincent Humphrey / Vincent Pierce-Wiek 

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Welcome to Vinny's page, a place for friends & family to share thoughts, memories, messages, cards, love, & updates.

"Even when we're far apart, we're always together in our hearts."
Vincent Leroy Humphrey was born Vincent Leroy Pierce-Wiek, on the night of his Dadda's 21st birthday. From the beginning we've loved him dearly. All his friends and family here love him too. He is an amazing young man with a great smile & a big heart. Super smart, super cute, and a great cuddler. His sister Siri, his cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents and family friends all love him very much. 
We enjoyed every moment together as a family, beach, family visits, zoo, library, camping, hiking, waterfalls, church, & even Disneyland. We taught him to play baseball, fly kites, count, colors, etc. 
This site's here so that he might know he's loved always & we never ever stopped wanting to see him. We send him birthday and holiday cards for every holiday. We think of him every day & always wish to see him. We always have and always will love him, to the moon & back, to forever & back.

Links to info on Hostile Aggressive Parenting, Toxic Parenting & Parental Alienation 
A well documented case of parental alienation
Hostile Aggressive Parenting (HAP) is defined as : A general pattern of behaviour, manipulation, actions or decision-making of a person (usually a parent or guardian) that either directly or indirectly; 1) creates undue difficulties or interferences in the relationship of a child with another person (usually a parent or guardian) involved with the parenting and/or rearing of the child and/or, 2) promotes or maintains an unwarranted unfairness or inequality in the parenting arrangements between a child’s parents and/or guardians and/or, 3) promotes ongoing and unnecessary conflict between parents and/or guardians which adversely affects the parenting, well-being and rearing of a child
Symptoms of Severe Hostile Aggressive Parenting:
  -Use excessive physical discipline on their children.  
  -Openly violate court orders and agreements, especially in relation to parenting time  
  -Tell the child that the other parent is not their biological parent  
  -Fabricate false sexual or physical abuse allegations against the other parent involving the children  
  -Force their child to see the other parent under supervised access when there really is no need for supervision
  -Not allow the child to be with or to communicate with the other parent on Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, birthdays and other special occasions
   -Allege that the non-custodial parent is responsible for the children’s behaviour and emotional problems when the children are with the custodial parent
   -Instruct the child’s school not to provide information or report cards to the other parent and/or attempt to keep the other parent from attending school activities or events
  -Change their child’s surname  
  -Get the child to call the other parent by their first name  
  -Reject mail to them from the other parent
   -Provide the school with false or misleading information about the other parent to keep the other parent and family uninvolved.
 -  Commit acts of vandalism or carelessness against the property of other family members.
   -Have fits of intense anger/verbal abuse against the other parent in front of the child and/or other third parties.
   -May attempt to extort money for additional time with the child.
  -Continue to physically or emotionally abuse their child even after the abuse has been brought to their attention by third party professionals.
   -Have their lawyer attempt to intimidate staff at the child’s school.
   -Avoid acknowledging their own child should the HAP parent accidentally meet the child and the other parent together in public.
   -Refuse to speak to other children of the relationship who has not sided with them.
  -Totally severe any relationship between the child and other step parents and extended step parent family.
   -Obsessively restrict the child’s access to a telephone.
   -May threaten and/or intimidate their child.
   -Use underhanded tactics to force the child to recant previous statements.
Some HAP parents may intimidate or threaten the child and force them to go back on previous statements that they may have made to social workers or police. Forcing children to lie can result in tremendous emotional harm.. 
   -Interrogate their child after a visit with the other parent
   -Make the child write a mean spirited letter to the other parent intended to hurt the other parent or to extort something from them. Such letters may include the child telling his/her non-custodial parent that he/she does not want to see them or that they want more money from the non-custodial parent.
   -Will disrupt their child’s relationship with other children associated with the other parent.
   -Encourage their child to participate in criminal activities.
  -Intercept mail intended for the child.
   -Intercept or destroy E mail messages intended for the child.
   -Unilaterally withdraw money and close down bank accounts / RESP's which were intended for the child.