“Strong Mothers, Strong Sons” contains advice from American pediatrician Meg Meeker on how to mothers should raise their sons. Based on her personal experience in working with mothers in her hometown in Michigan, she highlights the importance of letting go, and teaching sons an emotional vocabulary.
Best suited for mothers of sons, mothers wondering how to teach their sons how to deal with their emotions, and mothers wanting to give their sons more independence.
In “Strong Mothers, Strong Sons”, you’ll learn :
- Why you should teach your son an emotional vocabulary.
- How a mother’s behavior can influence her son’s take on women.
- Why your son will start a war against his mother at some point.
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Meg Meeker Biography
Meg Meeker, M.D., is an American pediatrician. She is the mother of four children and the author of the bestselling books “Strong Mothers, Strong Sons,” “The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers,” ” Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters,” and “Boys Should Be Boys.”
Strong Mothers, Strong Sons by Meg Meeker Book review
As a mother, you are the most important person in the lives of your children. Over the course of your lifetime, you make thousands of decisions that directly and indirectly affect your children. It’s vital to choose wisely. Meg Meeker’s book Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Lessons Mothers Need to Raise Extraordinary Men is a must-read for mothers and fathers. In the book, Meeker explains how you can raise an extraordinary son by following a few simple guidelines. The central theme of the book is that boys’ and men’s needs are different from those of girls and women. Boys need a mother who is loving, but also strict and encouraging. This not only helps the son develop into a confident and successful man but also teaches him the importance of being a role model for the next generation of boys. The author insists that mothers must not let their boys manipulate them. She must show her strong side and tell him the importance of being a good man. This can only be done if the mother is strong herself. In short, this is a great book for all moms.