dr. wendy walsh
In this fourth of five articles on tips for raising self-confident girls in a post-feminist age, the thought of the day is: DRAWING THE LINE.
Girls are tough to raise these days. With 40 percent of American babies currently being born out of wedlock and a 50 percent divorce rate, it is not realistic to assume that every girl will have a biological father on-site, let alone one who will be a good male role model. So mama, are you ready to provide one?
Raising a self-confident daughter in a post-feminism age where choices are great, gender roles are fluid, and sexual messages are damaging is a confusing task for a mother. In this second of five articles on the subject, the key word is EDUCATION.
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While our girls are not confined to housewife-dom anymore, navigating gender issues in our world can be more challenging than ever. Here are some tips to help our daughters.
I remember the moment I held my first-born daughter in my arms. I breathed a deep sigh of relief that I was given a baby who runs on estrogen. Yippee! I silently cheered. I got a girl. Girls I understand. This is something I know how to shape ... and then they grew.
If you knew you only had one day to live, what would be on your mind?