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Feb 24, 2012

parental alienation 911Our friends Jill Egizii and Judge Michele Lowrance have teamed together to create the workbook "Parental Alienation 911," which is a compilation of research, expert interviews, and solutions to apply to real cases.

Egizii is an alienated mother and the President of the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization, and Lowrance has been a Domestic Relations Judge since 1995 and frequently appears on nationally syndicated TV and radio shows.

Both talked with DadsDivorce.com and MensRights.com editor Matt Allen about the impetus behind creating a workbook and how it helps parents deal with parental alienation. Lowrance also shared her unique viewpoint as a family law judge on parental alienation trends she is seeing firsthand in her courtroom.


Feb 03, 2012

act like a manKen Solin is the author of "Act Like A Man" a book featuring guys who help each other identify, examine, and move beyond their dysfunctional behavior as partners, fathers, and friends.

Solin has worked for 20 years with men to move them beyond the issues, including divorce, that limit their lives.

A big part of Solin's message is men need to seek help and support groups rather than try and go it alone. He talked with DadsDivorce.com editor about his experience in his male-only support group and what it takes to "Act Like A Man."


Jan 24, 2012

bring abducted children homeJapan is known as a haven for international child abduction as the country has never returned a single abducted child.

Paul Toland, who is a commander in the U.S. Navy and has testified before Congress on this issue, is the only living parent of Erika Toland who was abducted to Japan in 2003 and has been held there first by his wife, Etsuko – who later committed suicide – and since then by Erika's grandmother.

Toland's experience led him to co-found the organization Bring Abducted Children Home, which is dedicated to the immediate return of internationally abducted children who are being wrongfully detained in Japan.

He spoke with DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen about his story and why Japan is known as a "black hole" for children who have been abducted where once they enter, they never return.


Jan 06, 2012

parental kidnapping in americaIn 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice reported an average of 200,000 cases of parental kidnapping each year.

Maureen Dabbagh is a Virginia Supreme Court Family Mediator specializing in cross-border child custody disputes, who has been providing expert testimony on the issue of parental kidnapping since 1997.

Her own three-year-old daughter was abducted from the United States and taken to the Middle East by her ex-husband. Dabbagh had no communication with her daughter for 17 years until they were reunited in 2010.

Now, Dabbagh has just released a book call "Parental Kidnapping in America: An Historical and Cultural Analysis."


Dec 30, 2011

critical partner bookMichelle Skeen has written a book about a topic many divorced dads can relate to: dealing with a critical partner.

Skeen's "The Critical Partner: How to End the Cycle of Criticism and Get the Love You Want" is about getting to the root of the problem when you are in a relationship with a critical partner — defined as someone who constantly blames you and holds you to unrealistic standards — and how you can build a more supportive partnership.

The book discusses not only your partner's need to criticize but also about what makes a person vulnerable to criticism.

Watch the interview below and follow DadsDivorce.com on Twitter and Facebook for your chance to win a free copy of "The Critical Partner."


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