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How to raise a daughter, or what should a mother teach a little girl?

How to raise a daughter, or what should a mother teach a little girl?

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Every day a little girl stares at her mother and sees role model. Even before she is one year old, she is sure she is part of her mother. Over time, when she is three or four years old, she begins become like her- wants to look similar, dress up, begins to speak in the same way, and even move. Mom is the most beautiful, the smartest and the most important in this period. It is very nice, but also extremely responsible for a parent to properly manage the child's upbringing.


Whether the child will be self-confident or have the right image is not affected by parents to a large extent. The way he is brought up impacts his whole life has a huge impact on future successes in private and professional life.

Self-confidence is shaped correctly when the child is convinced that love and closeness of parents and people important to him is a constant value. It does not depend on good or bad behavior, whether the child is currently polite or not necessarily. A child who feels loved can experience positive relationships with his peers.

Does a confident girl and later a woman become less feminine? Should girls be "false modest"?

Here psychologists emphasize that it is important father's role: "" The father plays an irreplaceable role in shaping the growing ambition of his daughter, her life goals and professional competences. A wise father knows how to convince his daughter that none of these traits conflict with femininity. Women also learn from fathers how to manage people. Thanks to the fathers, they will learn both the positive aspects of the male approach to work and the limitations relevant to this approach. It's good that they are also convinced of the futility of setting too high goals and building achievement-oriented personality, "writes Wright.


To raise a happy child - you have to be happy yourself. Simple?

Everyday practice shows that not necessarily. Wojciech Eichelberger points out that this can be achieved by giving a child love, freedom and truth. The psychologist notes that every child reacts with anger, crying, rebellion, when the parent deprives him of any of these important values. Even children who do not receive what they need after many years feel that something was missing in their homes, that they were robbed of something very important. And they have regrets, and every day difficulties with what they experienced in their childhood.