Tag Archives: Dads

Mom vs. Dad Parenting Articles


By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | June 3, 2015 Parenting articles may target mothers or fathers but in reality, both should read them. Just to remind everyone that even though an article’s title may say “Dads” or “Moms” or in any other … Continue reading

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Meet Bob Stone, the National 2014 Jolly K. Award Recipient


Parents Anonymous National proudly announces the recipient for the 2014 Jolly K. Award as Robert “Bob” Stone of Keansburg, New Jersey! By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | March 12, 2014 Bob has been the go-to father and friend when someone needed … Continue reading

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Teenage Girls and their Fathers


Teenage girls who have positive relationships with their fathers have higher self-esteem and are less likely to be depressed. I am open to your thoughts on this; send me a message. Copyright © 2014 Jackie Saulmon Ramirez. All Rights Reserved. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Raising Gender-Able Children


Gender roles are  often in the news but I wonder if we are talking about it enough with spouses and children. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | July 11, 2013 Back in May I discussed child discipline and child abuse with a … Continue reading

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