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COVER STORY Morrison's budget jive lacks inherent harmony

CANBERRA OBSERVED Does budget do heavy lifting or is it "Labor lite"?

NEW ZEALAND Porn poll shows strong majority supports default opt-out policy to protect kids online

FRANCE Emmanuel Macron: a president without a political base

YOUNG POLITICAL ACTIVIST TRAINING (YPAT) Seven-day intensive course without equal in Australia

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Taiwan to go full steam ahead with submarines

RURAL AFFAIRS Murray Goulburn closures an omen of an industry in crisis

CLIMATE SCIENCE Temperature hasn't risen in 20 years: latest data

QUEENSLAND ENERGY 50 per cent renewables target: Is it credible?

LITERATURE Inexplicable: the ongoing appeal of H.P. Lovecraft

LITERATURE The gentle giant: Samuel Johnson

MUSIC Promissory notes: the public funding siphon

CINEMA Going in Style: Old dogs turned rookie robbers

LETTERS

BOOK REVIEW An abstemious revolutionary

BOOK REVIEW Soviet-era thriller revels in details

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STRONG MOTHERS, STRONG SONS:
Lessons Mothers Need to Raise Extraordinary Men

Meg Meeker MD

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by Meg Meeker MD

(New York: Ballantine Books, 2014)
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ISBN: 9780345518095
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In Strong Mothers, Strong Sons, Dr Meg Meeker uses the techniques she first put forward in her paperback hit Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters: 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know (2006) in order to provide moms with a blueprint for turning their boys into healthy and successful men.

Paediatrician and teen health expert Dr Meg Meeker shares the important advice, tricks and secrets that every mother needs to know in order to strengthen-or rebuild-her relationship with her son. In Strong Mothers, Strong Sons she calls upon her 25 years of experience as a paediatrician, teen counsellor, medical school professor and mother of four in order to illuminate the problems that many boys face, and to show mothers how to help their sons navigate difficult territory in a healthy and mutually beneficial way.

Meg Meeker’s new book is an empowering approach to the mother-son relationship and the best ways to nurture it.


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