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Boys and Stress
Because boys talk about stress less than girls, helping them learn to deal with it may require a little more thought and creativity.
Five Tips for a Great Parent-Teacher Conference
Fall means many things, including parent-teacher conference time. Make this year's a great one with these tips.
Discussing Politics with Your Son
Politics are everywhere these days. When, why, and how should you discuss them with your son?
Finding Out Your Son has ADHD
For some mothers, back-to-school means finding out that a teacher suspects ADHD in their sons. Here are some ideas for what to do next.
A Crisis in Education for Boys
Once upon a time, girls were considered as being left behind in the public school system. Unfortunately, the opposite is now true. This article discusses the reasons for the educational disparity that now overwhelmingly favors girls.
Good Advice for Sons and for Moms
One thing that I have learned about parenting is that, often, what is good advice for my son is good advice for me. Here are the most common things I tell my son that I find apply to me, too.
Traditions for You and Your Son
Starting a lifelong tradition with your son does not have to be stressful or occur under perfect circumstances. Try doing just one of these ideas today!
Managing Your Expectations of Your Son
Many mothers, especially those raising their first son, find out much later in life that they simply expected too much of him. Has this happened to you?
Parenting with Chronic Pain
Parenting sons is challenging enough. Parenting sons when you deal with chronic pain issues can be overwhelming. To get through periods of chronic pain without losing your heart for parenting, consider these suggestions.
How to Deal with Talking Back
Most boys will talk back at one time or another, but employing a strategy from the beginning, and always following it consistently, will help minimize the impact this frustrating habit may have on you and your family.
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