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6 Things not to do when raising boys

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Raising boys is not at all an easy task. You need to be very particular about a number of things when you have a growing son in your house. Here are the things that you should not do while raising boys:
1.    Some parents have a habit of telling their boy no to cry at all which is not good. Guys also have emotions and they have the full right to express them. Parents should in fact give them chances and motive them to open up with them.OMGKAV0306-12.    Don’t expect him to be a good sportsman. Not all the guys take birth to become good players. Parents should understand that guys can be passionate about writing, painting and stuff like that. Caucasian father helping daughter with bicycle helmet3.    Don’t make you son feel proud of the fact that he is a boy. Teach him the value of respecting girls. Tell him to behave properly and delicately with girls.OMGKAV0306-34.    Avoid being controlling parents with your son. Boys can act very violently if pressurized to do or follow something. Set them free but do let them know their limits. OMGKAV0306-45.    Boys hardly share their fears with their parents. They think that such a thing coming from a guy is not good. But this is wrong. Encourage your son to share his fears with you and overcome them.OMGKAV0306-56.    Don’t run from talking about things related to sex with your young ones. It is better that you yourself give him sex education. Growing children get curious and at times don’t know how to handle their hormonal changes. Parents should teach them about it.

 

No Merchandising. Editorial Use Only  Mandatory Credit: Photo by ITV / Rex Features ( 641740II )  Bedenham Junior School 1987 - Sex Education in the classroom.  ITV ARCHIVE

No Merchandising. Editorial Use Only
Mandatory Credit: Photo by ITV / Rex Features ( 641740II )
Bedenham Junior School 1987 – Sex Education in the classroom.
ITV ARCHIVE

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