You're Double by Find My Parent

Find My Parent is proud to present its ‘You’re Double’ podcast hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran. While over at findmyparent.org, we have developed innovative technology to reunite children with their families, we also believe its important to dive deep into the topics affecting children and separated families to address the root causes of parental abduction and alienation. ‘You’re Double’ will do just that by asking the tough questions to experts and thought leaders about relationships, marriage, divorce, parental alienation, joint custody, co-parenting, and so much more. These experts will often include family therapists, divorce lawyers, politicians, social workers, and government employees. Most importantly, the podcast gives space for people who have been directly impacted by parental alienation, parental abduction and divorce to share their stories. We will be releasing new episodes every Wednesday with our first episode coming next week. Do bookmark and add us to your favorite podcast app.

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Parentel Alienation is Child Abuse (With Dr Jennifer Harman)

In this episode, we are speaking to Dr Jennifer Jill Harman, who is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Colorado State University. Before that, she also served as a family and substance abuse counsellor for serval year. Dr. Harman’s areas of research expertise focus on the topic of power in relationships: power in how intimate partners influence each other for good or bad.

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Children and Divorce (With Ben Kowalski)

When it comes to this podcast, we would like to make sure that we bring to light all of the downsides of bad divorces by speaking to people who have went through it. So, in this episode we speak to Ben kowalski who went through a bad divorce and lived thr

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Welcome to You’re Double Podcast!

Find My Parent is proud to present its ‘You’re Double’ podcast hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran.

While over at findmyparent.org, we have developed innovative technology to reunite children with their families, we also believe its important to dive deep

Listen Now »