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September 20, 2016

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Our new, 2016 AP Month banner is up! Each year the AP Month team searches for a great design that helps illustrate our theme.  Alice Stevens rendered our AP Month design to help us celebrate the 2016 AP Month theme Nurturing Peace for World Harmony.  Isn’t it peaceful? Thank you Alice! Alice is a freelance Graphic Designer […]

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Testing, testing……..(is this thing on????) Welcome AP Month – backstage!  We’re preparing for 2016 AP Month and focusing on the ways that parents can Nurture Peace for World Harmony. How do we thrive  – and help our children thrive – in such negative and violent times? Relentlessly blaring headlines are enough to drive us into hiding, but that’s […]

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Just as children are absolutely dependent on their parents for sustenance, so in all hut the most primitive communities, are parents, especially their mothers, dependent on a greater society for economic provision. If a community values its children it must cherish their parents. Bowlby, J. (1951). Maternal care and mental health. World Health Organization Monograph(Serial No. 2). It […]

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API Cherishes Parents

October 25, 2014

API works to turn the parenting puzzle around. We believe in parents.  We believe that every parent deserves free access to complete information about parenting and childhood.  It need not be overwhelming, just complete and accurate.  And leave the blame behind. Moreover, we believe that information is not enough.  Information oozes from every device and drowns us these […]

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It’s true.  The cat’s out of the bag.  And – bonus – for free. SHHHH!  Don’t you tell a soul – keep it to yourself! API’s Eight Principles of Parenting are really a neat little package of information that contain a significant chunk of the expert knowledge about child flourishing.  And you can read it […]

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