Episode: What Goes Into Boys 'Being Boys'


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What Goes Into Boys 'Being Boys'

As Joe ponders what might possibly make his son jump off a 12 foot wall into their pool Anea sheds light on the impact of Nature and Nurture when it comes to the way boys (and girls) tend to move through the world. Tune in to find out why you might be seeing some big differences between your son’s and daughter’s behavior.


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