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How to Raise a Man: The Modern Mother’s Guide to Parenting Her Teenage Son
In How to Raise a Man, as you learn more about the development of masculinity, identify your parenting style and familiarise yourself with the issues facing parenthood today, you will become a more compassionate, centred and effective parent. In this era of #metoo and #allmenaretrash, it’s evident that something is going wrong with the way men progress from childhood into ...more
Kindle Edition, 236 pages
Published February 1st 2020 by Penguin
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'How to Raise a Man' is a brilliant reflection on parenting teen sons in the modern context. I love how de Beyer initiates the book with self-discovery, informing the general theme that mothers need to start with themselves first in order to parent in a better way. This book read like an essential guide to parenting generally, but particularly in the trying adolescent years. It feels like this book is a crucial tool for all moms seeking a guide to conscious parenting. I loved it. ...more
Please ignore the fact that I wrote the preface to this book! I did because I strongly believe in Megan’s wisdom, insight and experience with regard to raising boys to good men. This book should be an essential companion of anyone raising boys ... in these tough and challenging times for parents and sons alike, we all need a copy! It’s both thought-provoking AND comforting. Highly recommended
this is an interesting and intelligent read: the content so relevant to the current challenges facing parenting. As with all challenges, the first person to challenge is yourself and de Beyer guides one into self examination as well as giving practical tools for parenting. I would absolutely recommend this book.
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