Synopses & Reviews
Boys need to be noticed, admired, understood, and accepted to feel good about themselves. Boys who lack appropriate emotional support from the adults close to them are at risk of believing they don't fit in and are likely to act accordingly, engaging in risky behaviors-including at worst using drugs and acting out violently. Raising Confident Boys teaches readers what makes boys prone to low self-esteem and provides practical, effective tips for managing these situations as they arise.
How parents and teachers can help young children through the crises of confidence that mark their formative years
About the Author
Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer writes extensively on parenting topics and conducts workshops about guiding and motivating children.