The Making of Men

The Making of Men : Raising boys to be happy, healthy and successful

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Do you ever worry about your teenage son and what will become of him? Do you want to see him happy, successful and excited about life? Are you alarmed about the influence of technology on his life? Do you wonder how the enthusiastic and energetic kid who made you laugh, drove you nuts with questions and was into everything, seemingly overnight turned into a grunting teenager, unwilling or unable to communicate? If these questions concern you, or if you've answered yes to any of them, this book is for you.

Father of two boys, Dr Arne Rubinstein draws on his thirty years' experience working with teenagers. He reveals what happens to boys during adolescence, what you can do about it as a parent or carer, how you help them stay out of trouble, and what you need to do to ensure they grow up to be a happy, healthy and well-adjusted men.

Packed with insights, practical tips and honest, no-nonsense wisdom and with a foreword by Steve Biddulph, The Making of Men is essential reading for every parent.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 135 x 210mm
  • Xoum
  • Australia
  • 1922057312
  • 9781922057310

About Arne Rubinstein

Dr Arne Rubinstein is an expert on Rites of Passage and adolescent development, with 30 years experience as a medical doctor, counsellor, mentor, speaker and workshop facilitator. The programs, seminars and programs he's helped to develop have been attended by over 100,000 people globally and are designed to support boys and girls to successfully make a safe, healthy transition to adulthood, with a particular focus on creating coming of age Rites of Passage.
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