April 25, 2013 is Parental Awareness Day and the Georgia Chapter of the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization will celebrate it with a Bubbles of Love event in the local area in support of the global initiative.
On Tuesday, Grayson Mayor Jim Hinkle signed a proclamation signifying the city's support of Parental Awareness Day and its support of the Bubbles of Love event.
Angie Kadow, one of the founders of the Georgia Chapter of the Parental Alienation Organization, was on hand for the mayor's signing of the proclamation. The Bubbles of Love event this year will take place at Meridian Park in Loganville. It will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with the Bubbles Ceremony to begin at noon.
At noon, around the world, people involved in the organization will gather to blow bubbles for 10 minutes. Last year, the event took place at the Kirkland Toddler Park in Loganville.
Parental alienation is when one parent tries to create a negative relationship between a child they share with the other parent. According to Hillary Crowe, co-founder of the Georgia chapter, this can be done by talking negatively about the other parent in front of their child, making the child fear the other parent, bringing the child into adult discussions concerning the other parent, and other such alienating activities.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed a proclamation at the beginning of the month proclaiming April 21 to 28 Parental Alienation Awareness Week in Georgia.
For more information visit: