That's My Teenage Son: How Moms Can Influence Their Boys To Become Good Men
Author : Rick Johnson
Publisher : Revell
Published Year : 2011
Format : Paperback, 268 pages
Dimensions : 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)
ISBN : 0800733843
ISBN13 : 9780800733841
Overview :Is your son on his way to becoming a good man?
The teen years are a vital stage for your son. But these years can also make a mom feel like she has lost influence in her son's life. How can you be sure you're doing everything you can to help your son grow into a mature and responsible adult?
In That's My Teenage Son, you will find the encouragement and wisdom you need to help your son become a man of character. Parenting expert Rick Johnson teaches you about
the emotional life of your boy what changes are taking place in his body how to help him develop healthy sexuality what boys fear most what traits he needs to learn to grow into a good man how to communicate with him how to positively influence his spirituality
The teen years can be tumultuous. With the understanding gleaned from this insightful book, you can positively influence your son's life--in a way that will last him a lifetime.
"This excellent book will help you understand why your son is acting the way he acts. Rick Johnson gives you great insight into the inner workings of boys' brains and bodies. I highly recommend this book."--Jim Burns, PhD, president, HomeWord; author of Teenology and Teaching Your Children Healthy Sexuality
"The singular issue of our time is a deficit of real men. In this powerful book you will find the prescription for authentic manhood, written by a real man. Moms can take hope as they find help and insight into helping their boy become the man he is intended to be."--Tony Rorie, founder/CEO, Men of Honor/Ladies of Honor
Rick Johnson is the bestselling author of That's My Son; Better Dads, Stronger Sons; and Becoming Your Spouse's Better Half. He is the founder of Better Dads and is a sought-after speaker at many large parenting and marriage conferences across the United States and Canada. To find out more, visit www.betterdads.net.