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Episode 72. Left behind Grandparents

I’ve spoken to alienated parents and children in this show but how does alienation affect grandparents? Grand parents have to deal with seeing their own child go through the pain of a break up and being alienated from their kids, […]

Episode 70. News and updates.

This week I discuss the Discussions paper recently released by the Australian Law Reform Commission which addresses proposed changes to the Family Law System. Also in the US, representatives from iStand and BAChome were once again in Washington, this time […]

Episode 68. Michael Sanchez

In 2005, Emily Machado was born to Nigia Machado and Michael Sanchez. The couple broke up before Emily was born and it took two years to work out a parenting agreement. That agreement was shattered in 2008, when mother and […]

Episode 67. Mike Dejong Part 2.

PODCAST DOWNLOAD/STREAM ONLY EPISODE A couple of months ago I had a week where I was unable to release a new episode and thus fell a week behind. Since my conversation with Mike went over the hour mark and was […]

Episode 66. Mike DeJong part1.

Mike DeJong is a Canadian left behind father who was alienated from his son Kai in Japan. In order to see Kai, Mike took permanent residency in Japan and tried to fight for access to his son in the Japanese […]

Episode 65. Tim TerStege

Tim TerStege is a Canadian left behind father, who’s son Liefie has been kept from him in Japan. Despite having court approved visitation with his son, Tim is still being denied any contact. https://www.facebook.com/LiefieisMissing/ https://sites.google.com/site/liefiejapan/home https://www.facebook.com/lbpstoriespodcast/

Episode 61. International Child Recovery.

  When children have been abducted internationally, many parents take the extreme measure of attempting to recover children themselves with the help of Recovery agents. But often in the media we only hear of the stories that go horribly wrong, […]

Episode 60. Robert Franklin JD.

Robert Franklin has been an attorney in Texas since 1980, and a Men’s and Fathers’ Rights Activist since 1998. He has written the blogs for GlennSacks.com, Fathers & Families, and now the National Parents Organization. He’s contributed op-eds and essays […]