Surviving Parental Alienation (with Hala from Lebanon)

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Welcome to a very special episode of Youre Double Podcast by Find My Parent.

In this episode we are speaking to Hala from Lebanon about how the divorce of her parents and parental alienation by her dad affected her and her siblings. We go in depth of the hardships that she faced and how she survived being seperated from her mum for a decade.

This is a special episode because we are also releasing a bonus episode with this with the interview in Arabic. We are working on increasing the reach of this podcast by providing multilingual episode, so do look out for that.

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We would like to remind everyone that our goal here is to share knowledge with you guys and show that you guys are not alone in this. With that said, if you need specific legal advice, please get your own independent advice from a qualified legal practitioner.

We at Findmyparent, have just launched version 2 of our tools and you can visit our updated site on findmyparent.org. We have created a simple yet effective way for those who are looking for their alienated parent or children. Visit findmyparent.org and input the information of the individual you are looking for. All the information that you insert there is completely secure and confidential. Once you are done with the submission, our website will search all our entries for a match. Once a potential link between you and someone else is made, we will send you an email informing about it. Its as simple as that. Visit our website, findmyparent.org and click the search button that you see in the header to get started.

If you are someone who got separated from your own parent, and would like to find your parent again, please go to https://findmyparent.org and fill out your details. With the help of our smart algorithms and matching technology, we hope to help you find your alienated parent again. If you are part of an NGO or even a private company passionate about this topic, please reach out to use through the contact us page in findmyparent.org and we hope to work together with you. (https://findmyparent.org/contact)

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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, child trafficking, joint custody, co-parenting, and so much more. These experts will often include family therapists, divorce lawyers, politicians, social workers, and government employees.

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