Monthly Support Group Meetings:
Bubbles of Love:
Our monthly support group meetings are held on the third Monday evening of each month from 7-9 at Parkway United Church of Christ. Consult the calendar for more information on other events you may be interested in.
June 28-29, 2019: 2019 Partners in Progress Conference - AFESP in Alexandria, VA
September 12-14, 2019: PASG 2019 Conference in Philadelphia, PA
October 5, 2019: Parental/Grandparental Alienation and Equal Shared Parenting Symposium in Frankfort, KY
October 18, 2019: Children 4 Tomorrow Revealing Unseen Child Abuse in Houston, TX
April 25 of every year. See press release below for our local event.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Brian Boyles or Jill Miesen
On April 25th  at noon, the world will be making soap bubbles of LOVE.
Bubbles of Love is in honor of all children around the globe, who need to love and be loved by both of their fit parents and both sides of their family without fear of repercussions.
Each bubble will represent LOVE, how love takes us all higher and how like bubbles, we cannot and should not contain LOVE!
The St. Louis area will be participating in this event from 6-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, 2019, at Laumeier Sculpture Park, 12580 Rott Rd, Sunset Hills, Missouri 63127.
6:00 PM - 6:10 PM
We will gather at Alexander Liberman's 'THE WAY' sculpture shortly before 6 pm. We will provide plenty of bubbles!
6:10 PM - 6:15 PM
Short introduction to Bubbles of Love- Brian Boyles and Jill Miesen, co leaders of Parents Against Alienation - St. Louis
6:15 PM - 6:25 PM
We blow bubbles for 10 straight minutes for those we want to send our love out to!
6:25 PM - 6:30 PM
Short Conclusion- Brian Boyles and Jill Miesen
The public can respond to the event by RSVPing to the Facebook public event.
On the heels of Missouri HB229 (Swan) being heard in the Missouri Senate on April 19, 2019, the organizers of St. Louis’ Bubbles of Love event hope to support fit parents in their endeavors to be included in their children’s lives.
Parental Alienation is a term used to describe any number of behaviors and attitudes on the part of one parent, both parents or third party designed to interfere, damage or destroy the relationship a child has with their other parent.
Alienating behaviors are frequently seen in high-conflict divorces, separations and asymmetrical custody arrangements but can occur in intact marriages.
Parental alienation deprives children of their right to freely love and be loved by both parents, their extended families and robs children of their sense of security.
We invite and encourage you to to help us spread our message through your participation and coverage of this year’s St. Louis area “Bubbles of Love” campaign. The act of blowing bubbles symbolizes the love that should flow freely between children and their parents without fear or guilt.
April 25th is International Parental Alienation Awareness Day. For more information on Parental Alienation and the life-long damages these behaviors can do to children, please go to www.paawareness.org
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