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Here are the best blogs from Triple P – Positive Parenting Program authors and experts. We invite you to share and comment! But remember, our aim is to always support parents with evidence-based parenting information, so we may moderate your post.


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No Need To Grunt

Talking with teenagers can be difficult if they speak in monosyllables, but Teen Triple P author Dr Alan Ralph 's tips can help get the conversation flowing. read more

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Triple P invited to the White House

Triple P America has been invited to showcase the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program at the White House today as part of the President’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Initiative. read more

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We need to talk about the way we talk

Prof Matt Sanders of Triple P Positive Parenting explains the importance of how we talk about parenting and other parents - to ourselves, our partners and the wider community. read more

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Central America welcomes Triple P

A new post-graduate university course in positive parenting in Costa Rica will include the internationally acclaimed Triple P program as a key subject. read more

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What if kids can't bear to share?

Children and toddlers are naturally self-absorbed. Triple P's Matt Sanders explains why and how parents should help kids to learn and develop social emotional skills like sharing. read more

Feeling like you're up against a wall - Is it normal to have parenting problems?
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Is it normal to have parenting problems?

For parents, a child’s difficult behavior can be worrying and cause problems but there’s no need to struggle on alone – Triple P can help small issues from becoming worse. read more

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Yelling, the not-so-silent epidemic

Parents know they don't want to smack their kids, but may not know what to do instead. If yelling becomes the go-to option for managing behavior, it can create more problems.… read more