One of the fundamental missions of the Love and Iron Project is to assist in the re-unification and healing of parent-child relationships destroyed by divorce and custody disputes.
Parental alienation is a serious problem that affects not only parent-child relationships, but the health and well-being of entire families, and we’re committed repairing the damage caused by it.
If you’ve landed on this page because you’re searching for a lost family member, or, because you’ve been advised there is a family member who may have a message for you, we’d like to help, and there are a couple of ways you can go about it getting the information you need.
The first and most direct way is to simply become a member and make your approach to the person in question directly with their Love and Iron Project profile. If this is the way you wish to go, we’ve set-up a complete walk through on how you can register and use the messaging feature to make contact.
The second approach is more cautious. Simply contact us and we’ll walk you through an identity verification process, retrieve any messages and forward them to you. Under this approach, the author of you message will be advised that a message request has been received by us, but your confidentiality and privacy are strictly enforced, and under no circumstances will the subject of your inquiry and/or the author of any relevant message be advised of any other information without your consent.
If you have a family member registered on this site, you can be assured they would love to hear from you, but we’ll always respect your right to do what is best for YOU.
We don’t claim to know your situation, but we do know you deserve to get both sides of the story so you can decide for yourself what the truth is and what your next step should be.
If you’d like, contact us using the form below and we’ll answer any questions you may have and help you get what you need.