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Bringing Out the Best in Both Sexes
What basic elements of the new normal can protect your family's mental health through the COVID-19 crisis?
Have you wondered if telling kids to stop crying is always harmful to them? Brain science reveals that "Cry it out" is good, but "Stop crying and solve this" can be good, too.
Have you heard there is no "male" and "female"? Sex-based differences are crucial to helping our daughters in STEM.
Do you know a boy or man who has been traumatized? Proven practical strategies and therapeutic methods can help him heal, grow, and tap into his natural resilience.
Have you noticed around you good boys and men who are angry, upset, unable to control impulses, unmotivated, and unable to tell you why? Hidden trauma could be the reason.
Part I of this blog post looked at the potential severity of social media distress for girls. Part II provides five steps and many practical strategies for protecting girls.
As parents, we feel like we've given up our power in the face of cultural forces, but we must take it back on social media. The science supports us.
Videogames provide an immersive experience, and it is up to us parents to make sure our sons are able to contextualize what they are seeing and doing while playing them.
How can we better protect our children from chemicals that disrupt their natural brain development?
Because masculinity is often mischaracterized in our culture, it is important to challenge popular and academic ideas that skew our understandings of what is a healthy male.
Exploring issues of nature, nurture, and culture to help educators, parents, and others understand what's needed to engage girls in STEM learning.
Are our daughters' brains developing healthy? A closer look into the relationship between development and screen use.
Will we admit that there is something called "male-type depression" and allow ourselves to see beyond a culture-based approach to what causes it?
Can sex/gender be both binary and fluid? Yes. Here's why, and why both are important.
Michael Gurian is the New York Times bestselling author of 28 books published in twenty-two languages and co-founder of the Gurian Institute.