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— I am so very grateful for this book, for Smiler's frank, measured, comprehensive discussion of sexuality for boys.
I've already shared it with friends' high-school aged sons and they all give it two big thumbs up! It speaks honestly to boys in their own language without ever talking down to them.
And then, you'll be ready for just about everything. Smiler, Ph D, is a therapist and author residing in Winston-Salem, NC. Smiler holds a Ph D in developmental psychology from the University of New Hampshire and a master's degree in clinical psychology from Towson University. — does a great job of presenting information about healthy relationships, sex, consent, puberty, and more in a friendly and fact-based way.
Smiler is a therapist and researcher who specializes in male sexual development and relationships, and his extensive knowledge of and experience with his subject are evident throughout.
There's a good chance you've had the "sex talk" with your parents. Or learned about human reproduction in health class.
Or maybe you've heard a lot about dating, sex, and relationships from friends, movies, and the internet. Maybe…But there's more information that you need to know — and really want to know — inside this book.
Have you ever had questions about changes to your body, how to ask someone for a date, how to decide whether to have sex, or how to be careful and considerate of your partner if you do have sex?
It's right on target with the things boys want to know.
I don't feel any need to kind of to deliberately worry them, so I don't mention it.
I think they assume it can happen at any point, so they must know that it could happen during sex, if it can happen at any time, including sleep.
This is a great resource for psychologists and counselors, too. —Wendy Walsh, Ph D, clinical psychologist and host, , i Heart Media's KFI AM Los Angeles What a great contribution to the psychology of sexual health and relationships literature!
—Matt Englar-Carlson, Ph D, professor, Department of Counseling, California State University, Fullerton Some people think that what it means to be a man is changing. Smiler cleverly reminds us that the only thing changing is society's very narrow definition of a traditional male. Teen boys will love this book because of its direct, no-nonsense approach, and parents will embrace it because it contains information that they may want to discuss with their teenage sons yet may be uncomfortable talking about.
But no one's ever expressed a worry about it and because I think they rely on me for information they go, 'Are you feeling okay' and they rely on me to tell them if I'm not feeling okay.