KAPAAO was created as a place for adult children of parental alienation abuse to come together, to connect, help each other, and also aid others in how to be able to assist children going through Parental Alienation (PA) and Hostile Aggressive Parenting (HAP) now and in the future.
As Grown Children of Parental Alienation, our Mandate is to:
* Realize * Recover * Renounce * Reach
with our personal story of childhood alienation; adult survivors
realize that our experience has been defined. It is with relief we read
the concrete definition of parental alienation, enabling us to
immediately identify. We believe that recovery from this agonizing
childhood trauma is possible. Together we renounce parental alienation,
by reaching into the community to educate, encourage, and help others. May the stories of our suffering, be the voice that ensures protection
for the next generation of Children.
We are now on Facebook
"Hatred is not an emotion that comes naturally to a
child. It has to be taught. A parent who would teach a child to hate the
other parent represents a grave and persistent danger to the mental and
emotional health of that child."
~ The Honourable Justice John Gomery of
To learn how you can participate in the
8th Annual Parental Alienation Awareness Day, April 25th, 2013
APRIL 25th, 2012 was the 7th Annual
Parental Alienation Awareness Day!
~Beautifully Illustrated by the talented Bronwyn Coveney for KAPAAOPlease
watch the videos for Parental Alienation Awareness Day (PAAD) and the Bubbles
of Love Day (BOLD) Campaign all around the world. Founded by Sarvy Emo, these campaigns are to represent positive ways to increase
awareness about Parental Alienation for the general public and professionals. Each Bubble represents Love, how
Love takes us all higher and like Bubbles, Love cannot and should be contained.
A big thank you to everyone who participated. 2013 will be
Love can build a bridge so let your love flow!
~Ralph Ellison -that I am nobody but
my life I had been looking for something, and everywhere I turned
someone tried to tell me what it was. I accepted their answers too,
though they were often in contradiction and even self-contradictory. I
was naive. I was looking for myself and asking everyone except myself
questions which I, and only I, could answer.
It took me a long time and
much painful boomeranging of my expectations to achieve a realization everyone else appears to have been born with:
Welcome Back, Pluto
A DVD for children, teens, parents and professionals.
Narrated by Brandi Andrade, a warm, engaging host, alongside Dr. Warshak's insightful commentary, Welcome Back, Pluto provides a straight-forward and easy to understand description of parent-child alienation from the point of view of children, teens, parents and professionals. It describes how damaging alienation can be, speaks to the sad experience of rejected parents, and identifies the reasons that some parents alienate their children from the other parent. Most importantly, Welcome Back, Pluto offers useful tips and advice for families when alienation is occurring or is at risk of occurring. Whether viewed in a therapist's or lawyer's office, a parent educator's classroom, or a family's living room, Welcome Back, Pluto is designed to make a difference.
Let it be known that the KAPAAO is an organization
founded by Sarvy Emo of Oakville Ontario, Canada, with the purpose of working with the PAAO International
(based in Oakville, Ontario Canada) to help create further awareness about
Parental Alienation and the harmful effects on our Children and families.