Posts Tagged ‘parenting sons’
Helping Boys Navigate Adolescence
When the counseling department at Wydown Middle School reached out and invited me to participate in their “Speaker Series;” focused on boys navigating adolescence, you know my answer was yes!Read More
Back to School-Behavior Problems?
School is back to in-person classroom learning! Your kids are going to go through some adjustments. Your son likely had more freedom to be active over the past year; the transition back to class will likely be challenging.Read More
The Quest Project Online-Overview
Are you worried about your son? Here is an overview of Modules 1-10 of the The Quest Project Online where he will learn how to thrive and survive his adolescent years!Read More
The Wisdom of a Farmer!
So many males, both young and old have lost their way. The Industrial Revolution may have given us a more “modern” society, but it took away a very crucial time, the teaching and wisdom a father passes on to his son…..a “rite of passage.” Since then, every male has carried that as a “wound.”Read More
Parent Tested-Kid Approved!
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a recipe to follow for raising your adolescent son? We follow recipes all the time when we cook, in fact we use caution when “winging it” in cooking as it can be a disaster!Read More
Happy Birthday America!
Celebrating 4th of July for me is a special time. As a 20+ year retired Captain of the United States Air Force it goes without saying, I love my country and I am proud to be an American; at my house we fly the American flag high!Read More
Most Common Types of “Absent Dad”
Do you know a dad who is physically present, but absent? Dad doesn’t have to live apart from his son to be absent. Many families may appear to be “intact” with dad acting as the head of household when in fact, his mind and his energy are somewhere else.Read More
Parenting Boys? This is Must Read!
This is an extremely crucial time for our adolescent boys. Let me repeat, “our boys are in trouble!” As parents, it’s time to be very careful and diligent; refuse to allow your sons to be labeled.Read More
The Quest Project-Testimonial
There is no better compliment or greater satisfaction than receiving a testimonial from one of my past clients. Periodically I will hear from a parent, in this case, it comes from a young man who is in his second year of a PhD program at Harvard!Read More
5 Parenting Tips: Raising Young Men 14-16
Are you raising a young man 14 to 16-years-old and you are concerned because he’s pulling away from you (mom and/or dad)? He suddenly thinks he knows everything, and you know nothing! Here are some helpful tips:Read More