Frank Love, co-sponsor of the Father-Daughter Reconciliation Project, is shown with the five children he helps to raise - his two from his first marriage and two with his current wife, whose niece is also part of the family. Although his parents divorced when he was young, his father remained - and remains - a big part of his life.
Corey Folsom, a life coach who specializes in relationships, met his birth father for the first time in November. He's shown getting a hug from his 25 year old son Skye.
Tawny Cole of Las Vegas says she's raised her kids on her own she was 16, but I raised my children on my own since the age of 16, "but have always left an open door for my kids’ Dad to see them. He helps when he can." She's shown with daughter Jaelyn Carter at her recent high school graduation, which her dad Jason also attended along with brother Jace, left.
Corey Folsom, who was adopted out of an orphanage, tells his two sons, including Cree, shown with his own son, that "their arrivals were my biggest blessing."
Physician Chris Nelson is shown at the high school graduation of daughter Carolne with sons Bradley, right, and Michael. He fought to keep partial custody during his divorce a decade ago.
Shayla Grayson, right, is shown with her daughter Ashanti Govan. Grayson's father, Washington attorney Scott Bolden has become a prominent co-parenting advocate. He didn't meet Grayson until she was 19 and pregnant with his grandaughter. She remains close with Bolden's other daughters.