60 episodes

Find My Parent is proud to present its ‘You’re Double’ podcast

While FMP has launched a mobile app that uses AI technology to reunite children with their families, we also believe it’s important to dive deep into 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 affected children and parents about relationships, marriage, divorce, alienation, co-parenting, and so much more.

Do bookmark and add us to your favorite podcast app.

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Find My Parent is proud to present its ‘You’re Double’ podcast

While FMP has launched a mobile app that uses AI technology to reunite children with their families, we also believe it’s important to dive deep into 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 affected children and parents about relationships, marriage, divorce, alienation, co-parenting, and so much more.

Do bookmark and add us to your favorite podcast app.

    The Treadmill Protest: John Sichi's fight to get his children returned home from South Korea hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    The Treadmill Protest: John Sichi's fight to get his children returned home from South Korea hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    In this episode of You're Double Podcast, we speak to John Sichi, an American father of two children who were abducted to South Korea in 2019. In this episode. John shares more about the abduction, why his children have yet to be returned despite Hague rulings in favor of return, and what needs to change in South Korea.



    Support John by signing his Change.org petition here



    You may also be interested in reading some news articles that discuss John's case and protest:

    Korea Herald

    San Francisco Standard

    Korea Times

    Asian Boss YouTube Video



    You can read more about John's story here and stay tuned in for the next episode with South Korean psychologist Dr. Mikang Song in the Korean language. You can also watch it with English subtitles on our YouTube channel.

    • 52 min
    Returning abducted child before parental abduction was a crime - a discussion with Donna Foster Zahid hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    Returning abducted child before parental abduction was a crime - a discussion with Donna Foster Zahid hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    Donna was a young mother looking forward to a bright future with her husband and young son. One day, that bright future turned into a dark nightmare when her husband whisked their son off to his native country, Pakistan, and announced that the young boy would remain there. Effectively kidnapped, the boy had no idea where his parents were nor the anguish his mother was going through. We are all led to believe that our government is there for us. Donna immediately went through "the system" of government help and found stone wall after stone wall. With no other choice, she took matters into her own hands. Donna tells a stirring and compelling story of clandestine meetings, tense moments with gun-toting Pakistani officials, and a lot of prayer. The happy ending reunites Donna with her son. Seeing my God part the sea, knowing faith opened every door along the way!



    You can find Donna's book here

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Parental Identity Discovery - a discussion with Jodi Klugman-Rabb LMFT, LPC, hosted by Basil Sharaf

    Parental Identity Discovery - a discussion with Jodi Klugman-Rabb LMFT, LPC, hosted by Basil Sharaf

    In this episode, we speak with Jodi Klugman-Rabb LMFT, LPC about her personal experiences with Parental Identity Discovery and her research in this field. Jodi is a San Francisco Bay Area psychotherapy practitioner and an Adjunct Professor at Dominican University.

    Jodi shares her journey of learning about the true identity of her biological father - her struggles to connect and identify with previously hidden truths.  She also touches on her work with other individuals who have discovered a previously withheld biological parent.

    This episode is a fascinating exploration of the complex dynamics of family life and hidden truths.

    You can learn more about Jodi's work by visiting her website https://www.jkrabb.com/

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Astrid’s Missing Angels hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    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 as Astrid discusses the challenges she faces dealing with the State Department, especially with abduction to a non-Hague country. You can follow Astrid and her daughters’ story on her Facebook page.

    https://www.facebook.com/Astrids-Missing-Angels-103774065759631

    Be sure to keep an eye out for our upcoming event on families who have reunited after abduction to the Middle East.

    https://findmyparent.org/events/

    • 30 min
    The cost paid to reunite with abducted children – a mother’s story, hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    The cost paid to reunite with abducted children – a mother’s story, hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    In this episode, we speak with Jolly Bimbachi – the mother of two boys abducted from Canada to Lebanon in 2015. In this episode Jolly shares details of the abduction and how she has struggled to reunite with her children over the years, including when she tried to bring them back to Canada through Syria in 2017 only to be taken hostage by an al-Qaeda-affiliate militant group.
     
    Jolly is a founding board member of the non-profit organization Return Our Children Home Canada. You can learn more about their work at https://returnourchildrenhome.ca/
     
    Stay tuned for next week’s bonus episode of Jolly’s story in Arabic.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Fighting for change to Japan's parental abduction issue: a discussion with human right's lawyer Jessica Finelle, hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    Fighting for change to Japan's parental abduction issue: a discussion with human right's lawyer Jessica Finelle, hosted by Deanielle Dawra

    https://findmyparent.org/event/reuniting-with-children-abducted-to-japan/ 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 families with their children abducted to or in Japan. These families have reunited using various means including: local courts, Japanese courts as well as technology and will discuss this during the event. Participants will have chance to ask questions to the panel.

    "This episode features Human Rights Lawyer Jessica Finelle of the Zimeray & Finelle law firm, headquartered in Paris with offices in London and Geneva.

    Jessica has proven to be a fierce advocate for children abducted to Japan. In this episode she shares more about the complaint she files with the UN Human Rights Council against Japan for serious violations of children rights, as well as what she thinks needs to be done to end parental abduction in Japan, including actions that the French government should be taking.

    To learn more about Jessica’s work you can visit https://www.zimerayfinelle.com/

    Before you dive into today’s episode … have you signed FMP’s letter addressed to the US Ambassador as well as all other Ambassadors in Japan yet? Please do so by visiting our website. Don’t forget to share with your network! https://findmyparent.org/ambassador-emanuel-stand-up-for-american-children-abducted-in-japan/

    You may also be interested in watching videos from FMP co-founder Vincent Fichot’s hunger strike that show how parental abduction in Japan is affecting all – mothers, father, children, Japanese and foreigners. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChQuZ9YDfgTRndvGDeRr1Gw/featured

    • 1 hr 6 min

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