It’s time to be more conscious about how we are raising our boys. Culturally, there’s a lot more shaming going on for boys because we don’t want them to grow up “soft.” But is that really what helps? What do boys need to grow up to be emotionally healthy, and how can we provide that for them?
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1. It’s time to look at “bad” behavior as a cry for help
2. What to do when your child hits you
3. Listening to each other can help us be that safe space for our boys
Tosha Schore creates happy households by building your parenting confidence and helping parents shift boys’ behaviors through connection. She is co-author of “Listen: Five Simple Tools to Meet Your Everyday Parenting Challenges.”
With warmth and lovingkindness,
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