When an article on boys gets published and catches my eye, I like to share my thoughts with you! This one was written by a mom raising a 12 year old boy; “Raising Better Boys” was in USA Today and here’s what caught my attention. In the midst of innumerable allegations bringing white-hot attention to […]
Generation of Men
What a significant year for The Quest Project®, and for me personally! Life is a journey and when you allow yourself to grow and expand, it will enhance your mission. Meeting a New Friend When Peter McGennis, filmmaker/producer from Buffalo New York, contacted me about featuring The Quest Project in his upcoming documentary “Within Reach” […]
The New York Times ran an op-ed piece by a psychologist/father titled “It’s Dangerous to Be a Boy.” He tells a story about dealing with a situation his son was having as a young man. In part it went like this… After years together laughing and riding their tricycles and then bikes up and down […]
As an avid researcher, when I detect a shift or change in adolescent behavior, I dig in with the goal of determining the cause. Naturally as the facilitator of The Quest Project-A Modern Day Rite-of-Passage program for adolescent boys my observations are “real time and accurate!”
Peter McGennis is a filmmaker/producer from New York. He is underway with the filming of his new documentary “Within Reach (working title).” He invited me and The Quest Project to be a part of this very exciting new film! It was an experience I’ll never forget! Here’s a Glimpse Here are a few fun photos […]
Typically, my posts are centered around processes and tips to help parents raising adolescent boys. A very important component of The Quest Project are the five parent meetings that are scheduled throughout the 10-weeks their son is attending Quest. Parents Are Key to Success! I received this email from a Mom that likely echo’s what […]
Art Holiday has a rich history as one of St. Louis finest reporters. When he asked to do a story on The Quest Project, I was honored. However, I first needed permission from both the boys and their parents; once we all agreed I humbly accepted and invited him to group!
Admittedly I was a bit apprehensive allowing a reporter to “sit in” a Quest Project group. However Jeanette Cooperman of St. Louis Magazine has done a truly professional article about what she experienced! I hope you enjoy it. “In Search of Manhood” A St. Louis therapist says we’re making it harder and harder for boys […]
As Father’s Day approaches, I consider the best gift I can give Dads out there raising sons! It happens that my recent interview on “KTRS Big 550” with John Carney and Julie Buck is just that; the best gift I can give you.
Each week I contemplate the subject matter (the theme) that I feel is the most relevant and helpful to the parents reading my blogs. This is a sensitive subject; it’s one that I see parents struggle with. Parents of children at any/all ages.