Boys will be boys - always. And no one has a more powerful impact on them than you, Mom. Surprise! Your boy wants to please you, and he cares deeply about what you think. Those driving needs will stay with him throughout his lifetime. That gives you, Mom, a lot of influence over your son. You can set him up for success in life. In What a Difference a Mom Makes, the New York Times best-selling author Dr. Kevin Leman reveals how you can make a positive imprint on your son - from the moment you first hold him in your arms until the moment he leaves for college. And the best news? It's never too late to start, no matter what age your son is now.
Through Dr. Leman's expert advice, you'll understand who your son is on the inside, the truth behind sibling squabbles (and how to handle them), a secret for discipline that works every time, and how to navigate the critical teen years. You'll also discover how your parenting style impacts your relationship with your son and how you can respond in a healthy way to his growing interest in sex and relationships.
Want to capture your boy's heart? Want a man you'll be proud to call your son? You can make a difference, because you are the one who matters most in your boy's world. Even if he won't admit it.
©2012 Kevin Lehman (P)2012 Oasis Audio
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Another great book by Kevin Leman. It was read well but hard to listen to because I have listened to Kevin talk several times and kept wanting to hear him say it.
it was a good book , some of it was repeated from other books that he has written....
"Read, Keep, Reread, soak In- So much good stuff!"
I'm a Mom of 2 boys, I loved this book. so much good stuff, I even had my hubby listen and shared with my friends- a must for anyone training (raising) Boys these days.
Just a great book and Author! If you want a new outlook on a mother n son relationship, look here it has great advice!
I enjoyed this book very much, it gave me a fresh perspective on my roll as a mother of two boys, love it!
"Mamas love their boys"
Yes. Much of it was helpful, and I will want to listen again to remind me.
The author's advice/thoughts were very practical.
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