Raising Sons and Loving It!: Helping Your Boys Become Godly Men

Kobo ebook | April 19, 2011

byGary Oliver, Carrie Oliver

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In these days of daunting headlines, here's some really good news: Your son was God's idea, and you can help him weather the often rocky transition from boyhood to a manhood shaped by God's character and purposes. Drawing from their extensive clinical and personal experience, Gary and Carrie Oliver show you - How boys really are different from girls - Five keys to raising "emotionally intelligent" sons - What your boys need from your marriage -- and from you - How to help your sons cultivate a heart for God - How to cultivate your sons' ability to deal with failure, loss, and grief . . . And much more.

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In these days of daunting headlines, here's some really good news: Your son was God's idea, and you can help him weather the often rocky transition from boyhood to a manhood shaped by God's character and purposes. Drawing from their extensive clinical and personal experience, Gary and Carrie Oliver show you - How boys really are differ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 19, 2011Publisher:ZondervanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0310863686

ISBN - 13:9780310863687

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Boys will be boys?? According to this book, in SOME ways, yes, boys will be boys. But this book tells us that we don’t have to accept social stereotypes of maleness to raise boys to be men. I leaned how to tell the difference between innate maleness found in boys and those traits which can be shaped. The book begins with a very readable explanation of how the male brain differs from the female brain and how this affects how our sons work and think. It then goes on to describe how boys can be different from each other and still be male. It doesn’t promote “sissifying” boys, nor does it promote the stereotypes of rough, tough violent males. The authors explain the storm of adolescence without using it as an excuse for unacceptable behaviour. Throughout the book, there are real-life examples of situations; if you have a son, you will see him here. Maybe the most important part of the book is the end of each chapter where you will find practical ways to clarify your thinking and enhance your parenting. This book is a must read for parents wanting to raise sons to be the very best they can be.
Date published: 2001-06-02