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    Default We need to teach our daughters to . . .

    We need to teach our daughters to distinguish between;

    A man who flatters her
    and a man who compliments her

    A man who spends money on her
    and a man who invests in her

    A man who views her as property
    and a man who views her properly

    A man who lusts after her
    and a man who loves her

    A man who believes he's a gift to women
    and a man who believes she's a gift to him

    And then we need to teach our sons to be that kind of man.

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    Thanks for sharing.

    It's also important as a patent to tea h the daughter to love and appreciate her man as he does her.

    Everything you said both ways very true. If only the world was full of people like that.

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    We need to teach our daughter to

    Be strong
    Be independent
    To be confident in herself
    To be self sufficient


    To be kind and caring and loving and thoughtful and considerate

    We need to teach our daughters that they are special, unique, wonderful and a true blessing to every life they touch

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    YESSSSSSSSSS!

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    We need to teach our daughters that they are amazing and capable of anything regardless of what a man says, does or thinks

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    We need to teach ots daughters modesty, and to respect their bodies.

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    Respect & love themselves & others for who they are;
    Be independant & self sufficient but also to accept help if they need it;
    Be couragous & stand up for what is right & what they believe in, but to respect the right of others to do the same;
    To believe that they don't have to flaunt their bodies to get attention;
    When they find their partner in life, to remember love is a partnership & to reciprocate the love, trust & friendship they receive.
    To believe they can do & be anything they want;

    It works both ways though, for our daughters & sons

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    Teach her she can also be a princess who rescues her prince...

    My girl is all about being a princess and having a prince save her!!!..I try to tell her she can also save the Prince...

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    ... and if she never does find a partner, her life can be just as important, fulfilling and amazing as those who do.

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    I haven't had a daughter, but I think all parents should teach their sons and daughters about relationships. I teach DS about relationships between couples by example. DP and I treat each other, as well as DS, with respect.

    Growing up, my dad was the best dad in the world. He still is. I actually went to him when I had problems, even with AF lol. He was always understanding, kind, and he never flew off the deep end. I still fell into a bit of a bad crowd, but I never felt the need to be having casual s3x or drugs or anything like that. I think it's because I felt so safe and wanted at home, although my parents let me make my own relationship decisions.


 

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