Build a strong, confident, and emotionally intelligent family
Your guide to raising boys who bounce back from adversity, stand up for what’s right, and nurture their relationships — helping them grow into the strong men they’re meant to be.
“Colleen brings loads of practical ideas for nurturing our sons and building up a strong family full of rich connections. I already know this is a book I’ll want to read again and again!”
“Raising Resilient Sons takes the stance that boyhood is unique and should be celebrated. Peppered with personal anecdotes and sound research, this is a book that should be on every parent’s book shelf.”
Colleen Kessler, M.Ed.
Colleen Kessler believes that you are the absolute best teacher there is for your gifted, twice-exceptional, or otherwise differently-wired kiddo.
The author of more than a dozen books for parents, teachers, and children, award-winning educator, educational coach and consultant, and passionate advocate for the needs of differently-wired kids, Colleen has a B.S. in elementary education, an M.Ed. in gifted studies, and is the founder of the popular podcast and website Raising Lifelong Learners, as well as The Learner’s Lab, a community of support and live classes for differently-wired homeschool families.
Colleen lives in Northeast Ohio with her reading specialist husband, four delightfully differently-wired kiddos, pug puppy, and an ever-changing assortment of small animals and insects.
Help your sons recognize & regulate their emotions.
Help your sons develop empathetic listening skills.
Nurture positive and lasting relationships with your sons.
Help your sons tackle life with a growth mindset.
Develop coping skills as a family so you can support one another.
Build a toolbox of strategies for growing resiliency.
Raising Resilient Sons: A Boy Mom’s Guide to Building a Strong, Confident, and Emotionally Intelligent Family is out NOW and can be found anywhere you buy books!
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If you’re looking for more resources to help you raise your kiddos — boys or girls — to be resilient, strong, confident, and emotionally intelligent, then pop over to the page linked below for books, articles, and podcasts to further your learning.