The school is a non-profit "wilderness" school that takes groups of children out into the wilderness and teaches them things like self-reliance, teamwork and leadership via challenging outdoor adventures.
Parents can foster responsibility and self-reliance by giving even the youngest child some responsibility, such as setting the table or putting clean clothing in their dresser drawers.
Through this program boys participate in challenging activities that emphasize learning by doing and promote self-reliance, leadership, and working together.
Generally, Baby Boomers are independent and confident, tending toward self-reliance with a strong belief in individual choice.
As you exercise you also develop strength and endurance, which can lead to increased self-reliance.