Monthly Archives: April 2014

Real boys : Rescuing our sons from the myths of boyhood by William Pollack

I picked up this book at our local library and thought it was good so here’s a review of some of the highlight. Although dated (late 90s), I’m sure the points Professor Pollack makes still resonate in our culture. In a nutshell, … Continue reading

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Emotional Illiteracy in homeless men – what was their experience as boys?

Since reading and writing more about the result of denying boys and men their feelings and not developing their emotional literacy, I’ve been looking at the homeless men in my neighbourhood more. Studies of men, especially those who have had their emotional … Continue reading

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A Silent Warrior – Tickle Trunk at Apple Star Photo

For those who’ve wondered where I’ve been, I apologize for my lack of contribution to this blog. I have been busy. Playing hard with my boys, and working on my apple star project. Please visit me here on my wordpress … Continue reading

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