sir," said she--"Well, I must not speak, and yet it is certainly very hard to be obliged to hold one's
tongue when one hears.
Anyway, one can't hold one's
tongue when one has a feeling, a tangible feeling, that one might be a help if only.
From the importance of avoiding confusion, to the need to hold one's
ground firm with younger children especially, the power that lies in humor, and much more, The Language Of Parenting is a superb resource to bridge the seemingly incomprehensible and insurmountable gender gap.
It is anxiously believed in, perhaps because it seems to allow one to hold one's
little own against the inconsequence of life in Steinberg's America, for all its colorfulness.