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From Boys to men: guiding our boys to grow into happy, healthy men

Well-known Australian author, parenting and resilience educator, and 'boy champion' Maggie Dent, offers parents and guardians a compassionate and practical guidebook, packed with advice and ground-breaking techniques on how to help teen boys to develop into good men.

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32320004868331 649.132 DEN
Adult Non Fiction   Rutherford library . . From Maitland library to Rutherford library, Rit/ .  
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ISBN 9781760787776 (pbk.)
Classification Number 649.132 DEN
Author Dent, Maggie
Title From Boys to men: guiding our boys to grow into happy, healthy men [BK]
Note Includes index
Contents Help -- someone has stolen my son! -- What's going on with our boys? -- What can we do to guide our boys to manhood?
Well-known Australian author, parenting and resilience educator, and 'boy champion' Maggie Dent, offers parents and guardians a compassionate and practical guidebook, packed with advice and ground-breaking techniques on how to help teen boys to develop into good men.
For boys, adolescence can be a confusing minefield and parents are often bewildered as to how to best guide their precious sons. Many parents wake one day to find that their beautiful little boys have grown into silent, withdrawn, sometimes angry and often unmotivated tweens and teens. Well-known Australian author, parenting and resilience educator, and one of Australia's favourite boy experts Maggie Dent, offers parents and guardians a compassionate and practical guidebook, packed with advice and ground-breaking techniques on how to stay calm and: communicate effectively to defuse conflict, 'unstick' an unmotivated son, teach them to cope with loss and failure, and how to recover, Help them foster healthy friendships and intimate relationships, navigate technology and the digital world.
Classification Tertiary/Undergraduate.
General.
Subject Boys -- Psychology
Child development
Child psychology
Mothers and sons
Child rearing
Parenting
Reservations Queue 1
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