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Mothers Raising Sons

No-nonsense rules to stay sane and raise happy boys

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Mothers Raising Sons by Nigel Latta
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Is your son driving you crazy? Are you constantly accused of nagging? Ever wondered why boys make so much mess? This new book by bestselling author and clinical psychologist Nigel Latta is the essential guide for stressed-out mums with sons. With refreshingly down-to-earth advice and new parenting ideas, this book shows how to bring up boys of all ages, from tantrum-prone toddlers to troublesome teens. Tackling common concerns such as behaviour, communication and learning, you'll learn simple methods for raising happy, healthy and confident sons.

Author Biography

Nigel Latta is a respected clinical psychologist and the bestselling author of The Politically Incorrect Parenting Book. He specialises in working with children with behavioural problems, from simple to severe, and also has firsthand experience of raising boys thanks to his two boisterous sons. In addition to having worked with thousands of families over the past 17 years, Nigel also consults with a range of private and public organisations, including social services agencies, prisons and Child Youth and Family Services. Nigel lives in New Zealand with his family. For more information visit http://goldfishwisdom.org/.
Release date Australia
March 7th, 2013
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Vermilion
Pages
272
Dimensions
135x216x20
ISBN-13
9780091947439
Product ID
20633046

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