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5 Ideas for Moms Raising Teen Boys

5 Ideas for Moms Raising Teen Boys
We interrupt this program...Hi everyone....Matt here.  One of Lee's Facebook friends asked whether I had any tips for mom's raising teen boys.  Although I've never been a mom, I have raised teen boys.  With that obvious shortcoming, I humbly offer the following 5 ideas: Be aware of the dynamic going on.  Your son is changing from dependence to leadership.  He is learning to lead a family both by watching his dad, but also by "practicing" on...
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Guest — Jenny
So what if their response to the example in #4 is to simply NOT do the work? and they have no reaction to the consequence?
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 21:22
Guest — Lee
Have you seen my husband's video on Raising Boys vs. Raising Men? Here is the link: Bl... Read More
Monday, 16 November 2009 11:14
Guest — Craig
#1 and #3 are interesting. The thought of him practicing to be a leader on his mom is something i have never heard. Can yo offer a... Read More
Monday, 16 November 2009 07:57
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A Dad's Christmas Morning Reflection

A Dad's Christmas Morning Reflection
Matt here, blogging early on Christmas morning.  The boys are still in bed having negotiated an 8AM wake up today.  Boy, life is different than when they were up at 6 AM on Christmas morning, pulling on our blankets and begging us to get up!Speaking of life, I finally got around to using a Christmas present I received last year.  It is a VHS to DVD recorder.  For a full year, I could never get around...
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Guest — J W
LOL, and how many times do I say to my children, "You're not 2 years old anymore, so knock it off!"
Thursday, 25 December 2008 11:19
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