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by Don Elium


Raising a Son has been recognized by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Examiner, the . Don Elium is a marriage, family, and child counselor in private practice.

Raising a Son has been recognized by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Examiner, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, and over sixty newspapers and magazines for its unique, powerful, and life-changing effects on parents with boys of all ages. He works extensively with men and women in recovery from the post-traumatic stress of childhood abuse with a special interest in healing the wounds of father/daughter relationships. Both Jeanne and Don are known for their powerful seminars that have brought healing to thousands of individuals and families.

InRaising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges-and the joys-of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor

Boys pose special challenges for today’s stressed parents. InRaising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges-and the joys-of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor. Look for new sections on:, media and violence, the Boys pose special challenges for today’s stressed parents.

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In "Raising A Son," the Eliums embrace the challenges-and the joys-of raising boys with compassion, commitment . This is a must for parents of a busy boy. I found the book not only insightful in raising our son, but also in understanding my husband better

In "Raising A Son," the Eliums embrace the challenges-and the joys-of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor. I found the book not only insightful in raising our son, but also in understanding my husband better. I especially liked the fact that it starts at the begining and helps one recognize the role our physical and chemical make up play in our personalities and corresponding actions. It is one of the books I will highly recommend to my friends and family.

In Raising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges-and the joys-of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor. Boys pose special challenges for today’s stressed parents. In Raising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges-and the joys-of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor.

Parents and the Making of a Healthy Man. By Don Elium and Jeanne Elium. In Raising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges–and the joys–of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor

Parents and the Making of a Healthy Man. In Raising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges–and the joys–of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Raising a Son: Parenting and the Making . Offering practical guidance, this book advises on firm but fair discipline that encourages the awakening of a son's healthy soul.

Offering practical guidance, this book advises on firm but fair discipline that encourages the awakening of a son's healthy soul. It should be useful not only to both single and married parents, but to all men and women who deal with children.

Don Elium is a marriage, family, and child counselor in private practice.

Raising a son. parents and the making of a healthy man. by Don Elium. Published 1992 by Beyond Words Publishing in Hillsboro, Ore. Includes bibliographical references.

Boys pose special challenges for today’s stressed parents. In Raising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges--and the joys--of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor. This fully updated and expanded edition follows the psychological development of boys from infancy to young adulthood. Look for new sections on:  • media and violence • the “boy code” • age-appropriate morality • the out-of-control son • triggers for aggression • when and how to get help• coping with guilt • the highly sensitive son• triggers for withdrawal • why he gets overwhelmed • hypersensitivity and ADD • the right role models
Mananara
A very well-written book with lots of good advice, easy to read and an excellent structure. On the one hand, I learnt so much about the "male mind" that had had me baffled before and, on the other, the book helped me to feel more confident about the approach we had been using by explaining why it is good-rather, necessary- to do certain things and act in certain ways. There are many examles to back up what is being said and the bibliography is excellent. I have nothing but praise for it!
Precious
Very insightful. I can't wait to put it to use with my little boy.
Alsantrius
My spouse and I are both enjoying this book!
Taulkree
It is unbelievable that two "therapists" wrote this unbelievabley skewed book. While there are things in the book that are helpful and supported by research, the misleading and unsupported "facts" are so rampant throughout the book that I found I could not stomach it. I picked the book up many times and always found myself stopping due to the sheer magnitude of misinformation I would run into.

The authors knowledge of domestic violence offenders and how they tend to treat their children is not addressed and in fact the authors are either extremely naive in this regard or just dead set on misleading the reader. I hope it is the former. But I must add that it is highly irresponsible to write a book and include information like this when one is clearly no expert on the topic at hand. And I know of which I speak as I am an expert on this topic.

Furthermore, the book implies that a boy will not be "OK" unless dad is around and there is absolutely not evidence for this. In fact, in recent years we have had two very impressive individuals not raised by their biological fathers, one a United States President and another a top Presidental candidate, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. They may not be perfect but I have to say that they both appear to be doing pretty well. Note to the authors, good single moms know their boys need role models thats why they enlist the help of their brothers, fathers, cousin, baseball coaches etc. I strongly suspect that Bill and Barack had great mothers who knew that. A father who is a bad role model, ie, a perpetrator of domestic violence or other criminal, is typically NOT a great role model and can cause more harm then good, just like an abusive mother can. If you dont believe me check out the REAL research on this topic. Role models are great if they are good ones.

One must wonder what the authors agenda is here and I strongly suspect there is one. One could speculate but I will not waste my time.
Peras
My husband and I purchased this book nearly 24 years ago when our son was born. I just purchased the updated version for a colleague expecting a boy in August. She was thrilled to receive it, and I am sure she and her husband will appreciate it over the years as we did.
RUL
Just as a loud FYI - this book is written from an attachment parenting perspective. If that's your thing, then I would consider this book worthy of five stars. If you're looking for balanced and practical advice, look elsewhere.
Arryar
Bought this for a friend. They talked about so I hope they like it!
Love the bowl and the Amber Col. Conk is fantastic! I've never used shave soaps prior to this but now I'll never go back.
Raising a Son: Parents and the Making of a Healthy Man ebook
Author:
Don Elium
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Relationships
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Publisher:
Celestial Arts; 3 edition (November 1, 2004)
Pages:
352 pages
Rating:
4.4
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