They’re supposedly made of “snips and snails and puppy-dog tails,” but boys are made of much more than that as well. Raising boys in today’s world presents some unique challenges and joys. As Moms, we delight in their development – but when they hit those pre-teen and teenage years, the territory changes.
When do we let them go into the doctor’s exam room without us?
How do we talk about – gasp! – girls with them?
What is “normal” adolescent behavior and when should we be worried?
This panel discussion will cover those topics and more, including an anonymous question-and-answer session for our medical and developmental experts. We ask that this night be a “Moms Only” night, to permit the free flow of communication.
Robert T. Brown, MD Physician, Department of Adolescent Medicine
Robin L. Perry, MD Chairman and Chief, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Richard Selznick, PhD Director, Cooper Learning Center
To register for this FREE event visit cooperhealth.org/women