From Boys to Men by Bret Stephenson
Spiritual Rites of Passage in an Indulgent Age

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Bret Stephenson shows readers that older cultures didn’t magically avoid adolescence; instead they developed successful rituals and rites of passage for sculpting teen boys into healthy young men. Stephenson explains how to reintroduce these successful practices and traditional understandings into modern family life and programs for youth to create a society with happy and healthy adolescent boys.

About Bret Stephenson

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Bret Stephenson is a counselor of at-risk and high-risk adolescents and a men’s group facilitator. In addition to his duties as executive director at Labyrinth Center, a facility in South Lake Tahoe offering classes and workshops on adolescent issues for teens and adults, he is currently working on designing and implementing youth employment and youth entrepreneurial projects for teens. He has been a presenter and speaker at the United Nations World Peace Festival and the World Children’s Summit. He lives in Lake Tahoe, California.
Published October 25, 2006 by Park Street Press. 304 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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