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Best Answer LopezUnleashed says
So, just a note as mum raising two teen daughters. Some of the "yummy mummies" are guilty of same and in fact put their very young daughters into clothes that are about fashion not about play.
Patricia Scott says
Jackie Lynnley says
Once children get beyond 8 it is sad that many parents think they don't need to "parent" any more. Then when the relationship breaks down and their daughter (or son) is choosing to do whatever, the parents, and society, blame the children.
Devika Primić says
One could argue just the opposite. A failure to pass on good moral traits to the new generation. Seems to me the problems are not so much bad morals as a lack thereof.
I too agree with you. Also seeing "themselves" as their daughters re-creates the cycle and can induce mental health and other social problems.
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S K G Rao. says
We all have choices about how we parent. Tradition and culture has also resulted in girls being killed and sexually exploited. Mistakes are part of what shapes who we are. Acceptance and guidance is what helps us not repeat the mistakes.