Steve Biddulph is one of the world's best known parent educators
who lectures worldwide on parenting, and boys' education. A
psychologist for forty years, he is now retired but continues to
write and teach. His books, including The Secret of Happy
Children, Raising Boys, The New Manhood and 10
Things Girls Need Most are in four million homes and over
thirty languages. They have influenced the way we look at childhood
and especially the development of boys and men.
Steve is one of a group of child development specialists in the UK and elsewhere who argued successfully for the introduction of parental leave. He was appointed Adjunct Professor in the School of Psychology and Counselling, Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne, in March 2011 and is also a Member of the Order of Australia for his work in young people's mental health. He has two grown up children, and lives in Tasmania with his wife and co-author Shaaron.
Another wise offering from Steve Biddulph that manages to be both
practically helpful and inspiring. He encourages us to tune into
our felt selves as well as to connect with a wider sense of
belonging. A lovely book. -- Sue Gerhardt, author Why Love
A kind and encouraging book, as well as being a helpful and essential tool for navigating modern life. I highlighted various sections and read lots of bits aloud. -- Cathy Rentzenbrink, author of Dear Reader and The Last Act of Love
This very personal book provides great insight and depth to help us not only survive but to heal, grow and move forward with greater clarity and purpose. I loved this book and found it enormously helpful as I continue to navigate the twists and turns of my life. -- Rosie Batty, campaigner and founder of The Luke Batty Foundation
Fully Human gives a name and structure to something that we all experience, but mostly ignore; our supersense. As I turned each page I could physically feel a reconnection to this long lost intelligence. This book is rocket fuel to your senses. -- Andy Ramage, author of The 28 Day Alcohol-Free Challenge and Let's Do This!
Wise, candid and useful book. -- Fiona Capp * Sydney Morning Herald *