the Hero in You

Critical Thinking in a Crazy World

"...most boys in modern Western societies are coddled, over-protected, and sheltered, facing no greater discomfort than failing to reach the next level in their favorite video game. Only a handful, I suspect, would be able to find their way back home without a GPS."

Critical Thinking in a Crazy World2020-05-12T00:04:19+00:00

Rewilding The American Boy

"...most boys in modern Western societies are coddled, over-protected, and sheltered, facing no greater discomfort than failing to reach the next level in their favorite video game. Only a handful, I suspect, would be able to find their way back home without a GPS."

Rewilding The American Boy2020-03-28T04:20:29+00:00

A Mass Shooting and The Birth of a Book

n his book ‘Raising Boys,’ psychologist Stephen Biddulph says that between the age of 6 and 14, “boys lock on to their dad or whichever male is around. They want to be with him and copy him. They want to study how to be male.” A century earlier, Mark Twain said that “around the age of twelve, a boy picks a man to admire and imitates him for the rest of his life.”

A Mass Shooting and The Birth of a Book2020-03-28T02:35:48+00:00
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