You're Double Podcast

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

56: Astrid’s Missing Angels hosted by Deanielle Dawra

In today’s episode, Astrid Johnson shares the story of how her two daughters were abducted to the United Arab Emirates while visiting their father on what was supposed be just a vacation. This was despite the fact that Astrid and her ex-husband had a very strong child custody agreement. Listen

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Fighting for change to Japan’s parental abduction issue: a discussion with human right’s lawyer Jessica Finelle, hosted by Deanielle Dawra This online event will be an interactive discussion with families who have been reunited after parental abduction to or in Japan. The panel will be made up of parents who have reunited with their children abducted to or in Japan as well as an international lawyer who has supported

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Getting children returned home from a non-Hague country: a discussion with Attorney Mohammed Ayouby, co-hosted by Basil Sharaf & Deanielle Dawra

In this episode of You’re Double, we welcome Lebanese Attorney and co-founder of IHOPE civil organization, Mohammed Ayouby. Mohammed explains the challenges surrounding parental abduction and the Hague Convention in countries with religious courts and how he was able to use the local justice system to get children returned home

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