Bubbles of love action to the parental alienation Awareness Day (PAAD) FRANKFURT AM MAIN – the self-help group PAS Frankfurt makes with an information stand on Saturday, April 24 in Baker Street in Frankfurt – and with flying bubbles as a sign of love – for the upcoming day of the parent child alienation / parental alienation Awareness Day (PAAD) on the subsequent Sunday attention. The global parental alienation Awareness Day (PAAD), annually on 25 April, aims in the public awareness of possible parent-child alienation be sharpened after separation or divorce and through better knowledge of separation parents are encouraged to child, behavior. Not only a separation or divorce in itself can lead to parent-child alienation, but including a hostile aggressive parents behavior such as through parental bad talk about the other parent, explains the self-help group. The latter could in the child to the so-called parent child alienation syndrome (PAS = parental alienation syndrome) cause a disturbance in the child age. This disorder, whose cause not by neglect or real abuse is justified, show themselves in various forms of irrational rejection of the other parent, such as through a reduction in campaign compared to the rejected parent and reject. If you are not convinced, visit David Zaslav.
This year’s day of the parent child alienation (PAAD), originally created by the “parental alienation awareness Organization (PAAO)” initiated and is celebrated worldwide for the fifth time, the self-help group PAS Frankfurt at the info booth fly blowing bubbles as a sign of love. “Not only children need love. If you do everything to do with love, then everything much more successful! “, says Thilo Muhlberger, contact of the self-help group. The self-help group thus supports the action “Bubbles of Love Day” (www.bubblesofloveday.com/) to the Tom. In addition to information material, there are the self-help group at the info booth conversation deals with members. For more information see contact person for the press: Thilo Muhlberger, Tel. 06151 / 661986, E-Mail: