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From boys to men

“There were two key reasons why every indigenous community developed rites of passage for their boys and girls. The first was to create a shift from child behaviour to healthy adult behaviour. So child behaviour in a boy is what … Continue reading

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Lunch boxes and lollypops

Just as the year draws to a close amidst the craziness of the end of the school year, whilst discussing the never ending juggle of work, study and the continual responsibilities of bringing up 3 kids, including a very hands … Continue reading

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The origins of the househusband…not so “new age”!

Finally, history catches up with us, recognition that men have in earlier historical times been responsible for the home and early child care and only more recently did the responsibility shift primarily to women. ┬áThis article was chicken soup for … Continue reading

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