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Raising Cain

Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys
Kindlon, Daniel J. (Book - 1999)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Raising Cain
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Since the publication of Raising Cain, Michael Thompson has been on the road continuously, speaking to parent and teacher groups, education leaders, and public policy makers about the inner lives of boys. Wherever he has gone, parents have opened up their lives and aired their questions and concerns.Now, in "Speaking of Boys", Michael Thompson, with Teresa Barker, has compiled a sampling of the most-asked and most heartfelt questions about boys -- and his answers. Topics include friendship, sports, money, grades, peer pressure, electronics and video games, cruelty, body image, death and illness, divorce, depression, ADD and ADHD, dating, and drugs. In his responses, Thompson offers not only his own insights but those of many parents and teachers who have shared their thoughts with him.
Authors: Kindlon, Daniel J. (Daniel James), 1953-
Title: Raising Cain
protecting the emotional life of boys
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 1999.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: xv, 287 p. ;,25 cm.
Notes: "A living planet book."
Local Note: 1 6 29 35 109 112 118 138 143 148 159 172 193 203 210 216 226 250 264 268 278 280
Additional Contributors: Thompson, Michael 1947-
Barker, Teresa
ISBN: 0345424573
Statement of Responsibility: Dan Kindlon and Michael Thompson with Teresa Barker
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 276-287).
Subject Headings: Boys Psychology. Emotions in children. Emotions in adolescence. Sex role in children. Masculinity.
Topical Term: Boys
Emotions in children.
Emotions in adolescence.
Sex role in children.
Masculinity.
LCCN: 98054182
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Jun 11, 2012
  • Villainelle rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Though I'm skeptical of the premise of one universal boy experience, Raising Cain certainly made me aware of certain social and emotional pressures that my son will likely face, many of which I was never aware of because, well, I've never been a boy. I look forward to hearing my husband's perspective on the book, as well as discussing with him the healthy emotional habits we want to create together as parents and encourage in our son.

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