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“No one writes more powerfully about how much boys need loving relationships to become

healthy men. With the training of a researcher and the soul of a clinician, Michael Reichert has

looked deeply into their hearts and lives; he sees behind their under achievement and gaming

addictions and recognizes their yearning for connection and friendship. If you are the parent or

teacher of a boy, if you love a boy, you should read How to Raise a Boy.―—Michael G.

Thompson, Ph.D., author of Raising Cain and Best Friends, Worst Enemies  “In the ten

years since my book about boys†troubles came out, I have spoken to countless parents and

educators about their worries. Over this same period things have not gotten any easier for

boys—in fact, it is more important than ever for families to nurture men of character, emotional

intelligence and resilience. In this groundbreaking book, Michael Reichert combines a unique

blend of research, clinical insight, and personal experience to offer an encouraging approach to

raising our sons. If you have a son, or a grandson, or a nephew or a brother, buy this book.―—

Peg Tyre, New York Times bestselling author of The Trouble with Boys“A thoughtful,

honest, and ultimately hopeful map for raising a son today . . . Michael Reichert does what he has

done for so long for so many: give brilliant insight and advice that help so many boys become

confident men of purpose and character.― —Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees

andWannabes and Masterminds and Wingmen  “Michael blends the wisdom of being

a loving parent and a caring clinician to help us listen to, understand, and honor our sons and the

boys in our lives, in order to assist them to be their best and truest selves.―  —David L. Bell,

MD MPH, Medical Director, The Young Menâ€s Clinic, New York Presbyterian Hospital/

Columbia University Medical Center  “How to Raise a Boy is a book of positivity and hope

for navigating the complex and often fraught journey of raising boys to be good men in todayâ€s

world. Through fascinating stories from boys and their caregivers, it provides valuable and

practical insight into the utmost significance of relationality and the power of connection in

dismantling the harmful gender norms of the ‘boy code†that compromise the lives of all of

us.―  —Amanda Keddie, Professor of Education, Deakin University (Australia)

 “Michael Reichert weaves a lovely tapestry of stories, experiences, insights and reflections

acquired over a long distinguished career guiding boys and young men. A must read-- not only

for parents of boys but also for educators, administrators and counselors entrusted with the

responsibility of championing boys†education and development.―  —David M.

Armstrong, Executive Director, International Boys†School Coalition   “Michael


Reichert's highly readable and important book not only reveals how we have failed boys by

gendering our human capacities to think and feel, with the latter being considered girly and gay

and thus put on the bottom of our hierarchy of values. He underscores the similarities between

boys and girls, or among all humans, in their social and emotional needs and capacities.

Recognizing this simple and empirically proven fact is key to his proposed solutions to foster boys'

natural capacities to connect to themselves and others. A must read for all who care about boys

and men.―  —Niobe Way, Professor of Developmental Psychology, New York University,

and author of Deep Secrets: Boys Friendships and the Crisis of Connection  “This

book is a must-read for anyone who has, or expects to have, a boy in their life. Dr. Reichert

punctuates theory and research with real life vignettes from his own extensive clinical practice,

powerfully bringing the pages to life. He explodes many of the myths about boys that stand in the

way of healthy relationships with their parents and peers. He carefully guides parents through

strategies that enhance their positive influence on their sons, thereby ensuring that they can thrive

in an increasingly confusing and complicated world.―  —Dennis J. Barbour, Esq., President

and CEO, The Partnership for Male Youth  “In this important new book, Michael Reichert

draws on years of experience in the field and his vast knowledge of research on gender and

adolescent development to present helpful ideas to parents and educators who seek to raise

healthy boys and young men. Written in a sensible, clear and compelling manner, this book is

chock full of wisdom and practical suggestions.  At a time when we have so much evidence that

many boys are in trouble, we finally have a book that offers the insights and practical guidance we

need to raise boys!―  —Pedro A. Noguera, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Education,

Faculty Director, Center for t

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