A great book by the author of The Birth Order Book, focusing on the relationship between mothers and their sons. The emphasis is on inventing time in the relationship, verbally recognizing your son's effort and his character, holding him accountable, and not trying to do it all. This is probably one I will read more than ones. Some sections are set up based on the age of your son, which is helpful - if you have a teen, you can jump to that section rather than read through phases of life you have already walked through.
4 out of 5 stars