Resources The Center for the Study of Boys has gathered an extensive collection of resources on understanding, educating, and parenting boys. We hope these links, organizations, and books are helpful to you. Relational Teaching with Lower School Boys: What Works for Teachers, Boys, and Parents Understanding Boys: Exploring the joys and challenges of raising boys National Center for the Development of Boys The International Boys’ Schools Coalition PBS Parents: Understanding and Raising Boys BuildingBoys.net The Mask You Live In Guys Read Aha! Parenting “Being a Boy: Ages 11 and 12” by Ellen McCarthy and Amy Joyce “Parents are exhausting their children. An eighth grade boy explains how.” by Valerie Strauss “Poor Behavior Hits Boys Hardest” by Nick Morrison “I Wanted My Son to Be Happy But On My Terms” by Kirsten Jones Neff “5 Ways to Help Boys Make Good Choices” by Jennifer L.W. Fink “The Lies of Manhood and How to Teach Young Men Its Truths” “A Healthy Masculinity” “Talking with Both Daughters and Sons about Sex” by Lisa Damour “What Parents of Early-Teen Boys Need to Know” by Susan Shellenbarger “Boys Who Sit Still Have a Harder Time Learning to Read” by Belinda Luscombe “Teaching Men to Be Emotionally Honest” by Andrew Reiner “Bring Out Your Son’s Inner Leader in 4 Steps” by Brook Price “Is Anxiety in Young Boys the New Normal?” by Wendy Mogel “Stop Penalizing Boys for Not Being Able to Sit Still at School” by Jessica Lahey “Keep Calm and Parent On” by Adam Strassberg, M.D.