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Watch Parents Anonymous® on ABC Nightly News

Watch this segment on yelling on ABC Nightly News with Diane Sawyer from October 15th that featured the extraordinary evidence-based Parents Anonymous Inc. group of Dads in Keansburg, NJ, interviewed by Cynthia McFadden, where Parents are supporting one another and … Continue reading

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First 5 Becomes Co-Sponsor of National Certification of Parent Leaders

We are pleased to announce that First 5 California is a co-sponsor of the 2013 Parents Anonymous® National Certification of Parent Leaders. Their generous support has been used for Scholarships for diverse California parents of children 0-5. This historic partnership is complimented … Continue reading

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Value The Importance Of Your Fathers Daily

Celebrating Father’s Day this Sunday is essential to focusing on their critical role in our children’s lives. We all need to make sure we embrace fathers daily and value their importance! I have experienced first hand two extraordinary Fathers: my … Continue reading

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Involved Parenting Really Makes an Impact

Recently, a wise colleague – Juan Ulloa, Presiding Juvenile Court Judge of Imperial County, California shared a study that his son, Dr. Emilio Ulloa of San Diego State University, worked on with a Baylor University researcher that shows parents how … Continue reading

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Military Families Today Face Special Challenges

Military families today face special challenges. The “deployed parent” often feels left out and guilty for being unable to be involved in their kids’ lives. The pressures faced by the parent at home –parenting as a single parent- often lead … Continue reading

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Crying is one of the most challenging behaviors

Crying is one of the most challenging behaviors we face as moms and dads when it comes to a newborn baby. We want to love and respond to their every need but what does all that crying mean. Adjusting to … Continue reading

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