Child Psychology and Behaviour

Teach your son respect for women

Anushree Basu Bhalla
3 to 7 years

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Teach your son respect for women

A mother shares her own life lessons on how you can teach your child to respect women.


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Sam

| Feb 06, 2016

Thoughtful write up and an eye opener - Need of the current society.

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krishnakali basu

| Jan 30, 2016

This is so thoughtful and moving and a must read for all.

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Amrutha Vinod

| Jan 13, 2016

Just so sensible! I'm expecting my baby by july ... I'm already like planning up in my mind, if its a boy how I teach him respect women and treat equally. I keep taking to my baby about importance of respecting women, as baby would be born with the quality .. Thank you for bringing it to the forum Anushree

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arti grover

| Jan 13, 2016

thanks for bringing this here to sensitize us on the way we behave and pass sexist or gendered remarks... i just saw this on post getting viral on Fb which draws comparison between a chapatti made by an arranged marriage wife and love marriage wife... Don't know whom are we trying to mock here; our own closed and shallow psychologies or someone else.. but yes, as rightly mentioned, it is for us to get trained on first...

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Shikha Batra

| Jan 11, 2016

Indeed Very thought provoking Anushree! Yesterday itself I saw a man hitting and hurling abuses on his wife in full public view. Her only fault was she lifted her probably 4/5 year old child( who happened to be a boy) from her lap out from the car who accidentally tripped on the road due to imabalance but was completely unhurt even without a scratch. I am sure this very child would learn to treat women which includes his wife, sister ,colleagues etc in a similar manner or even worse. We don't even realize how conveniently any mistake at home is passed on to lady of the house more so if she is a homemaker. I wish this blog could awaken at least some of us to teach our sons to respect every girl child /woman.

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