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am 13. April 2016
As a new mommy to a boy, I decided to read as much as I could about raising boys.
This book was informative. Its given me just the right amount of prompting on how to spot problems, where, when & food for thought in general with regards to boys. Its not an advice book on exactly what to do, how to handle things etc., but it is a gentle reminder that boys need a bit of extra special attention especially when it comes to keeping them out of trouble. I really enjoyed this & I'll probably be referring back to it for years to come.
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am 15. April 2015
Dieses Werk ist sehr einfühlsam und gleichzeitig humorvoll geschrieben. Es ist keines dieser rein theoretischen Bücher, sondern gibt praktische Ratschläge!
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am 19. Dezember 2012
The book is great but the formatting of the ebook is terrible. Text that is probably in boxes on the side of the page in the print version, is just inserted right into the middle of the normal text - well, okay, there is a thin line there, but it still is VERY confusing! Why not put it at the end of the chapter instead of the middle of a sentence? Doesn't look like a human was in control over the creation of this ebook. :/
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am 28. April 2001
"Raising boys" maintains that there is a gender difference in raising children, and that boys especially need particular attention if they are to be guided towards a self-confident and happy adulthood. Biddulph first gives a general outline as regards the different stages of development in boys, and then especially turns towards problem areas as schooling (he maintains for instance that boys should generally be sent to school one year later than girls on account of their slower maturation in certain skills), sex education, single parenting and others. What I liked about his book was, firstly, the very caring and open way he addresses these issues, de-mystifying and generally encouraging his readers. He emphasizes the important role of fathers and also teachers and other possible male mentors for boys while not forgetting the mothers, especially those raising their sons without a father in the family. I also liked that Biddulph shows a realistic picture of the negative development a boy can take if there is no real mentoring in difficult stages of his growing-up while at the same time giving parents confidence that they can greatly influence this development. The book has certain limitations, as Biddulph stays on a rather superficial level as regards psychic realities and constellations. As it caters to a very Australian society background, European parents may also feel that their own reality is not really mirrored in the book. But on the whole it is thoughtful, encouraging and a good read for parents, relations and teachers of boys.
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am 19. September 2000
This is the BEST book I have read on raising boys. Biddulph writes in a clear, crisp voice making it easy for anyone to understand the fine art of being a male. He has made me realize how and why my husband and son are the same in some ways and very different in others. Girls are not ignored here, either. He compares and contrasts the two, so subtle differences are made just as obvious as the not-so-subtle ones. He takes time show why the two can act and/or react differently in the same situations. Everyone, especially teachers, should read this great book!
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am 7. Januar 2014
Ein sehr wichtiges Buch für alle Eltern.
Man kann spontan einfach reinlesen und bekommt die Experten-Tipps mit witzigen kleinen Cartoons.
Außerdem sind alle anderen Bücher von Biddulph wirklich zu empfehlen.

Call for all parents: PLEASE READ THE BOOKS OF MR BIDDULPH.
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Steve Biddulph passed thru our city in a series of standing-room only lectures a couple of years back; his advice to parents, community and educators is invaluable; we have 3 sons and found him practical and positive; we were made to feel that our boys, while not 'little miss goodie 2 shoes', are perfectly normal; he also gave us the confidence to know when it is appropriate for Mum to let Dad take over, when to let the community and mentors to take over, etc. A great relief for Mums!
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am 19. März 2000
I would just like to say that this book made me see things differently and I have learned a lot. What I would like to know is if this title has been translated into Greek. I live in Greece and I feel this book could help a lot of my Greek friends and teachers who have a hard time reading English books. I feel that everyone should read this book.
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am 22. Oktober 1999
What a fabulous book! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and learnt a lot along the way. This book is interesting, thought-provoking, useful, inspiring, and very easy to read. With sections for parents, fathers, mothers, schools and communities there is something for everyone to learn about raising boys.
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am 11. Juni 1998
Steve Biddulf has written a number a books in the Australian/New Zealand context on Parenting. His words about Boys are simple and matter of fact. Boys will not grow up to be sound men without help. This help can only come from the input of sound Men [preferably dad]at critical times in a boys maturation. Mom's are very important but they can't teach a boy how to be a man, for that the boys need a safe, strong male to model. Steve Biddulf sets out to help Dad's and Mum's sort out, First - what does it really mean when we say 'boys will be boys'? Second - How can I assist, as a parent, in helping my son to become aware of his 'maleness' and then assisting him to become a sound, loving but not wimpy man. Third - he tackles the thorny issue of single mums raising a son, how does mum, who can't be a man, raise her son? First recognising she needs help, then sorting out what to do about it. His style is simple, funny and never patronising. He is pointing out a real problem and proposing from a wealth of clinical and parenting experience his matter of fact pathway through the minefield. I loved the book, though I didn't agree with everything init, it has helped me focus on how to plan my relationship with my son. If you get the chance to listen to him in the flesh take it he is very good.
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