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How Piyush chooses to raise his daughter!

Piyush Kamra
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How Piyush chooses to raise his daughter

Do you have a daughter? Are you a father of a daughter? Have you been getting advises from your well-meaning friends and relatives about how to raise your daughter? Do you as a father feel that a daughter should be raised somewhat differently from your son? Or do you plan to bring her as every child should be raised. Though there is not much o f a difference in raising a daughter from a son, but as a parent of a daughter, there are some pointers to keep in mind. A father to a daughter, and our proparent Piyush Kamra shares his insights on this.


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Sudeshna Paul

| Jun 24, 2017

very positive n inspiring 1, it's a girl or a boy dat shouldn't be d matter,d matter dy should be a gud human being n as a parents it's our duty 2guide dm

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aman sachdeva

| Jun 19, 2017

Very nice write up .

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Devika Lila

| Jun 18, 2017

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Poonam Sahane

| Jun 18, 2017

Excellent write up.. I too have one daughter and we are proud to have her as our child... Good communication is the essence of healthy happy family

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Dipjyoti Ghosh

| Jun 18, 2017

Well written Piyush. Thanks for all the insights.

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Akshay Dhamankar

| May 03, 2017

Father of a girl child and I am proud of it that God heard and answered my prayers. None can replace the happiness that my child's smile spread. Never ever step back due to others negative actions (by means of comments or actions) and take firm strong stand in front of your child so she can have that level of trust in you. After all it's our responsibility and duty to make sure she is happy.

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hema rv

| Apr 27, 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed this blog. Happy to read positive words which I use to tel to my family

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KAMAL SURYAVANSHI

| Apr 24, 2017

lovely blog...

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Baishali Pattnaik

| Apr 20, 2017

Well said... Thanx 4 this beautiful article. Loved it all ur emotions u have put into this article.

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Arpita varshney

| Apr 20, 2017

very well written ..girls are nt the substitute for boys and we shld treat them equal to boys . we cnnt change the society :)

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Niti Saboo

| Apr 20, 2017

and Kinjal you are absolutely correct. You have not need to say sorry.

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Niti Saboo

| Apr 20, 2017

Excellent piyush well written problem ye ha ki piyush hamari society me gender inequality bahut gahrai tk samai hue ha. Hamare festivals hamare fast overall men oriented culture men oriented society . Even hamare dhramgranth vo bhi men oriented ha. After marriage her koi koi aashirvad deta ha ki beta ho koi bhi beti ka aashirvad nhi deta kisi ko is cheej ka ahsaas nhi ha ki agar women nhi hogi to ladki to chodo ladka bhi nhi hoga. Even ladki hone k baad gharo me itni khushi nhi hoti jitni ki ladke k hone pe hoti ha

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rinku bhandari

| Mar 06, 2017

FYI hngxzx

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prabhaa

| Feb 27, 2017

,chip in

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Kinjal Desai

| Nov 16, 2016

sorry guys agar jyada likh diya ho to. ye social issue ko to stop karna hi chahiye. bus karko apni masum bachio ke sath asa mat karo.

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Kinjal Desai

| Nov 16, 2016

yes many parents r doing this n mistake and some time these differences done by elder person of family like grand paa & maa. so parents should take care of this thing and it's effect on small& innocent mind of girl child. I m a teacher and my subject is social science where most of the time I use to teach& explains my students about inequality. but when question of gender inequality came they all understand properly still they know in reality it's not applicable. bcuz these small mind have seen & experienced this differences may at home relative or in village. u know they( girls students) come to me and asked teacher why this happens with us only, what our mistakes. even I heard from some girls that y we r girls. hum ladki kyu banke ye world me. in sare questions ke answers to me une samja sakti hu par rok nahi sakti. ye sirf or sirf unke parents kar sakte he. kabhi parents unknowingly mistakes karte he. ex... tuje to sasural jana he ladki he dhang se rahe etc. Ha jana he girls ko sasural par usko bachpan se hi is bat ko sunana tont karna. nahi.. use positively samjao girls ye sabse bada vardan he. bhagvan ne bhi inhe itna special samja he ki vo two gharo ko sambhal ti he aur use itni shakti di he. please parents never do this injustice with your daughters. literally as teacher when I explained this to my students na I can read some helpless faces of girls. jinke gharme khud parents asa karte ho to vo bechari kiske samne lade aur kiake sahare jiye.

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Kinjal Desai

| Nov 16, 2016

V. True. excellent blog specially for those who believe that son is everything. I want to share my views and experience in next comments.

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Bhargavi

| Sep 17, 2016

beautifully written..... thank you so much for this article.

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sadaf sultana

| Sep 12, 2016

I have two daughters myself n observe people looking at me with pity. they make me realise of the fact that I don't have a son and my daughters can never be a son

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Alpa Uppal

| Sep 12, 2016

So true it is.... I would love to bring up my daughter as my daughter. I have always said the same thing about myself too . I am a daughter and not a son.

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Chinar Fating

| Sep 11, 2016

Thanku

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Tejaswini Deshpande

| Sep 11, 2016

Very useful read. Thanks

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Mrs Dipti Sarang Doke

| Sep 11, 2016

very well said

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Arika Tiwari

| Aug 06, 2016

very well written

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Satyapal Dahiwade

| Aug 05, 2016

Nice explained thanks

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jyoti kalra

| Aug 05, 2016

awesome. I have two daughters I have similar thoughts too.

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Sharada Kumar

| Aug 05, 2016

wow very good thought ill surely adopt it in my child's growth

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Natasha Lohia

| Aug 05, 2016

what a real good thought... hope every human being on this earth and every mrmber in the families hav suc opinion for the loving daughters... so that her upbringing will defintly never hamper.. she will be always be a definition of love in life.. :-)

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sangeeta N

| May 17, 2016

well expressed !! I have a daughter and I have similar thoughts too.

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Swati Nitin Gupta

| Feb 11, 2016

Apart from all the things mentioned in the blog, as a mother of a son I would love to teach my son about gender equality and break certain myths like boys don't cry and boys don't do household work.

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Sonali M

| Jan 13, 2016

Very well thought... I think most of the points also should be applicable for a boy... i am having a boy and i have also planned somehow similar kind of things for his upbringing Add-on: prior to become something in future every baby must be taught to become a good human being God Bless

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