Raising Confident Boys

Raising Confident Boys

100 Tips for Parents and Teachers

Book - 2001
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Boys need to be noticed, admired, understood, and accepted to feel good about themselves. Boys who lack appropriate emotional support from the adults close to them are at risk of believing they don't fit in and are likely to act accordingly, engaging in risky behaviors-including at worst using drugs and acting out violently. Raising Confident Boys teaches readers what makes boys prone to low self-esteem and provides practical, effective tips for managing these situations as they arise.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Fisher Books, c2001
Edition: North American ed. --
ISBN: 9781555613204
1555613209
Branch Call Number: 649/.132/Har 359401 1
Characteristics: 224 p

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AndreaRowe
Oct 22, 2012

The left side of the page has the "tip"; the right side is divided into bullet points for Parents and bullet points for Teachers to implement the tip.
Tips are grouped under Understanding His Challenges and Opportunities; Meeting His Needs; Deepening His Self-Knowledge and Awareness; Giving Him a Positive View of Himself; Demonstrating Care through Love and Rules; Responding Sensitively to Setbacks; Supporting His Learning and Personal Growth; Encouraging Confidence and Independence; Checking Out Your Role and Feelings

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avidreaderCB
Jul 14, 2008

Not very useful material in it - alot of the stuff in common sense.

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AndreaRowe
Oct 22, 2012

AndreaRowe thinks this title is suitable for 20 years and over

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