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Boys Adrift: The Five Factors Driving the Growing Epidemic of Unmotivated Boys and Underachieving Young Men Paperback – January 6, 2009
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Boys Adrift ". . . is powerfully and persuasively presented. . . Excellent and informative references and information are provided." JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association)
"A must-read for any parent of boys." Dr. Mehmet Oz
"Fascinating . . .terrifying . . . Sax identifies an epidemic of lost boys. Luckily, he offers solutions." The Globe and Mail
"Startling . . .like a brick thrown through your window." Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
About the Author
Dr. Sax has spoken on issues of child and adolescent development not only in the United States but also in Australia, Bermuda, Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland, Spain, and Switzerland. He has visited more than 380 schools since 2001. He has appeared on the TODAY Show, CNN, National Public Radio, Fox News, PBS, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the British Broadcasting Corporation, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, New Zealand Television, and many other national and international media.
Dr. Sax now lives with his wife and daughter in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He returned to clinical practice, in Pennsylvania, in 2013. His favorite activities are hiking in the woods, and making music with his wife and daughter (he plays piano). You can reach Dr. Sax directly, or visit his Facebook page, via his web site leonardsax.com.
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Dr. Sax assaulted me with facts and data and truth that explains so much that I see in all of the boys I have the privilege to work with. One of the primary pieces of data is the simple reality of boys abandoned by their dads through divorce. Mom's bring their boys to a male counselor so they can have a male voice and influence. Thank you Dr. Sax for a wider and deeper understanding of the boy sitting across from me (or playing chess with me).