Is your son talking to you?

Mon 28 November 16

Is life easier with teenage boys? Or is it that they just make it seem that way? The old adage that boys are harder to raise as children but a breeze as teens when compared to girls is one that “experienced” parents before us love to impart on unsuspecting new parents and those with pre-teens, with boys and girls alike. But is it true or is it a case of boys not liking/wanting to talk about their problems and parental “cluelessness” about his problems making him seem “easier” to manage when compared to teenage girls who are happy to explain in detail problems at hand and spark up at parents who don’t understand the issue. Author and researcher Rosalind Wiseman Click here to continue reading.

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