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If I were a college psychology teacher again, I would use this as required reading. We need to understand how us boys grow up. Read morePublished 21 days ago by John Woodmansee, North Carolina Home Inspector #4
too bad I didn't have a bood like this while raising my own sons, and working w/ pre-school age children everyone who has boys or works ro educate boys should read thisPublished 2 months ago by mary anne lower
This book is excellent.It truly opens one's eyes and helps us dispel the myths we have for so long held about the male psyche. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Luz Leida Diaz
Their ideas are not only applicable to boys but carry over very well to relationship issues on every level. Read more
This is a must read for teachers and parents who work and live with young boys and want to understand and raise them to be men who are strong and healthy, mentally,emotionally and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Susanne Setvik
Imagine if you will, a surly teenage boy being dragged into a school he doesn’t want to attend to take a state test he doesn’t want to take in order to earn a diploma that he... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Niki Duncan Sortun, M.Ed.
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If you interact with boys - Yes. and you can watch it now free on pbs.org
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