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    Just found a cool free ereport "The 7 Secrets of Parenting Girls" by Dr. Janet Rose. Talks about raising your daughter to be an independent leader. You can download the PDF at [url]http://ParentingGirls.com[/url]



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    I don't think that their is difference in parenting a girl and a boy!
    in both cases you need to teach them about moral values, good manners, being confident....
    isn't it???????

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    If boys are shield of the house, girls are jewelry of the house
    By nature, bringing up a girls slightly differs from bringing up boys
    Infact bringing up girls is a very crucial than bringing up boys
    Since girls are too sensitive and delecate than boys, they must be treated and handled very sensitively like a thin glass sheet.
    Girls must be parented properly with rich tradition and culture, for the better and healthy society.
    They should be given liberty, only with in the limits of culture and tradition.
    Encourage her to read religious epics.
    They should be given proper academic education.
    Keep watching your girl all the time, since girls are the ultimate victims of dating, puppy love and live-in-relationships.
    Girls should also be trained in cooking. It can be helpful after marriage.
    Pampering could be dangerous. Try to avoid it.
    Convince her that beauty with out a good sense is worthless.
    They should be encouraged to wear sensible dress which preserves culture, gender and dignity.
    Seducing clothes like low-hip jeans, skimpy tops, half pants degrade a woman's value in the society. Let her not to look like a tomboy. So do not encourage your daughter to wear such RUBBISH clothes. Let her look like jewery of your house!
    Best of Luck!


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    Hi all,

    Parenting has its challenges whether its girls or boys. BUt the tips are useful. In our society the girls behaviour is more closely monitored than boys. Guys are normally given a clean chit and a free rein by parents but they also have their share of responsibilities. Although the attitude is changing there is still a long way to go before its significant. Teenage can be a difficult time for both boys and girls..

    Has anyone come across parents who have both a son and daughter and deal with them differently or being biased,, and do you think they are right...

    share your thoughts

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    [quote=rada77]Hi all,

    Has anyone come across parents who have both a son and daughter and deal with them differently or being biased,, and do you think they are right...

    share your thoughts[/quote]
    Rada77 > Main ek chote se city ki simple middle class family me raha hun.......Vahan pr abhi b girls ko itni aazadi nhi hai.....Khud mere ghar me hi Meri sister ko jyada freedom nhi thi.....lekin mujhe kafi freedom mili thi........Main kahin b aa-ja sakta tha.....Aur kabhi-2 raat ko kafi late b ho jata tha.....college jane ka b koi time nhi tha.......lekin sis ka time fix tha aane ka b aur jane ka b.........Matlab ki parents biased the ki nhi kah sakta kyonki kabhi kisi cheez ki kami nhi hone di thi mere parents ne sis ko lekin haan Sach me Sis k liye kai sari bandishe thin.........

    Aur mere hisab se theek tha.........Kyonki yaar kaun Parents chahega ki us k ghar ki ladki raat ko der se gahr aaye, kaun chahega ki us k ghar ki ladki din bhar bahar ghume.......Ya kaun chahega ki us k ghar ki ladki college band kara k hi ghar vapas aaye.....kai sari Social baaten b sochni padti hain.......



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