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Fathers as Community Superheroes in Bronx, New York

The Dad-Bod Should Not Be a Thing

When the “Dad-Bod” phenomenon became viral, a lot of people—men and women alike, have become positive in terms of men’s body-image. For many of them, the Dad-bod was seen to be a natural and human phase to go through. And a lot of men showed off their I-exercise-occasionally-and-enjoys-that-six-pack-beer-and-eight-slices-of-pizza kind of body. As a fatherhood training … Continue reading

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Love Month Is About Making Time for Your Children

Fathers 4 Progress Inc. understands that it is oftentimes hard for parents and children to get together for a meal, let alone make quality time as a family. But, our fatherhood program in Bronx, New York concludes that there is nothing our children would like more. We advice you to get up 10 minutes ahead … Continue reading

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Starting the Year Right – Boost Your Kid’s Self-Esteem

Children begin developing their sense of self even in the early stages of their development when they perceive themselves through our eyes. The parents’ tone of voice, body language, and expressions are received by toddlers at this stage. Our words and actions as a mother and father greatly influence their formulation of self-esteem. This is … Continue reading

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How to Keep Kids Safe During Winter Break

Although winter is an interesting time for our children, it can’t be denied that the harsh weather comes with health and safety concerns. For your children who love to run around in the winter wonderland, fatherhood program in Bronx, New York put together suggestions so that parents can guarantee that their kids are safe and … Continue reading

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  • Fatherhood Training Center Location: 281 East Burnside Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 Contact Program Director, Julson Fabien, L.M.S.W Office: 718-299-6500 (Ext. 1027) Fax: 718-299-2855 Email: f4p_sbhs@yahoo.com