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Getting Good Boys to Be Great Men E1: Joining Up

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Release Date: 02/11/2019

A Parent's Guide to Gender Identity E3: Learn the Steps to a Healthy Identity show art A Parent's Guide to Gender Identity E3: Learn the Steps to a Healthy Identity

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Researchers have identified four experience domains that make up an individual's identity and shape how it develops. In each of these four areas, there are things you can do as a parent that can ensure that your children are healthy and successful. When you learn these methods, you can feel more confident as a parent. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families.  

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Reviewing Erikson’s eight stages of identity can show us how identities develop over time. With this in mind, you can also learn what you can do to influence your children toward a healthy gender identity. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.

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The remarkable increase lately in gender-related problems tells us that we should be searching for a better way to help our children. This episode introduces a rationale for parents to learn more in order to promote healthy development in their children. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.

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Instead of being numbered among the rising tide of those who get divorced, learn proven methods in this series of avoiding or solving serious relationship problems. In this episode, learn some of the principal causes of divorce and a few preliminary things couples can do to avoid them. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.

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When your children become young adults, it can be one of the best times for your family if you have prepared them well. Learn what to do to successfully prepare your children by creating a family forum to accommodate children who leave, then return, then leave again. Remember freedom is more influential than control. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and mental health.

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Today young adults are running into more contradictions, biases, and intolerance that may not have existed at any other time since the civil war. In addition, the relaxing and disappearance of clear moral structures presents confusion so that many resort to the idea that there is nothing better than their own opinions and preferences. Learn about the milestones successful young adults demonstrate, and learn how you can help them. You will have a better time if you do. ​​Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and mental health.

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Adolescent children face significant challenges that can be harmful to them or prepare them for success. Their success may even depend on what you do. Learn about the milestones of growth for teens so you can see the progress your children are making, and learn how to help them. It takes more time and effort to solve problems than it does to prevent them. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and mental health.

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When it comes to raising boys to become good men, what matters most? Society might say it's athletics, academics, or just being a good person. Sometimes there is no real definition of what matters most, and the modern state of manhood suggests there's a problem. What should we do with the decrease in boys seeking college education and more men avoiding marriage, favoring gratification over commitment? What should we do with the increasing number of boys whose lives are impaired by anxiety and depression? What about the fact that 40% of boys in the U.S. will have some history with the police by the time they're 19? Something's wrong. Dr. Scoresby explains the consequences of these problems and how we ought to pour more and better resources into helping all boys develop into the kind of men we hope they'll become.