|Posted by Dave on March 25, 2012 at 4:50 PM||comments (0)|
To get right to the point, Pamela Druckerman wrote a book. Buy it.
Okay, you probably want to know a bit more before you plunk down hard-earned cash, but a great deal of what Mrs. Druckerman learned whilst living in France mirrors much of what I say on this site. But, it goes further, much further. And it’s good stuff.
Druckerman is an American parent of a toddler living in France, and her startled observations of the traditional style of French par...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Dave on September 26, 2010 at 1:30 PM||comments (0)|
The Transgender Child is the first of its kind - a thoughtful manual for parents of transgender children and their caregivers, co-written by one of our country's most respected gender therapists and an experienced researcher and author of books related to gender variance. Detailed, up-to-date, and easy to read, this book should be a key resource for professionals, parents of transgender children and teens, and anyone who works with them.
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|Posted by Dave on June 11, 2009 at 6:45 PM||comments (0)|
Author Jean Twenge, Ph.D., a member of the generation she researchs and writes about, is echoing what some older researchers, psychologists and educators have been saying for years: the so-called self-esteem movement has got to go! Her book discusses her research from the last few years, but it certainly isn't a thick, boring academic tome at 249 pages. Her prose is witty and readable - and sprinkled with rather earthy language. It's an easy and enjoyable read.
Twenge and ...Read Full Post »