Parenting Tips for raising daughters



If we study the global history of femininity, we will come to know some astonishing facts about how a society mistreated women for centuries. And it continues in the same way in some parts of the world.

Parents of daughters should know these parenting tips for raising daughters.

My family raised me with equal rights to boys and girls.

I never felt any discrimination from my parents for being a daughter in the family.

My parents provided all the comforts and facilities my brothers had, so, whenever I come across incidents of discrimination among boys and girls in society, I feel disappointed.


1. People worship God and Goddesses because they believe that they are the creators of the universe.

2. People have affection and respect for their birthplace.

3. People give immense love and care to the mundane world like cars, houses and other assets people own.

Now if we think critically, what should be the ideal characteristics of humans?

  1. People should worship the teachings of God/Goddesses

2. People should have affection and respect for all forms of life like animals, plants and other humans

3. People should give immense love and care to feelings, thought processes and creativity rather than materialistic things.

When do we think of the creator of the world, who is the first person to come to our mind?


But there is a surprising fact that the women who are the creators of the human race get exploited by a particular segment of society.

The women who give birth, nurture and bring up the human race have been tortured and mistreated by a section of society for ages.

Can we imagine a world with no womanhood?

Will it be possible for the human race to survive for more than a hundred years without a woman on the planet? 

The answer is a big ‘No.’

The woman has been driving life on earth since the ages.

This is shameful that society considers women as the weaker and dependent section. A few people treat women as slaves.

They do not value women’s emotions and abilities.

If we study the global history of femininity, we will come to know some astonishing facts about how a society mistreated women for centuries. And it continues in the same way in some parts of the world.

Following are the points to understand the status of women in Society.

1. For the century, girls who were barely at the end of adolescence were forced into marriage. They were married to a person who was many years older than her.

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She was forced to marry a person whom she did not love. Such practices stand the same in a particular segment of society.

2. The girl child faced female genital mutilation rituals in many countries. It was an act of violence and it was against human rights.

3. People trade girls across National borders as commodities. They force women to work as prostitutes and slaves.

4. Girls continue to face sexual harassment and abuse in workplaces and schools.

5. The family and society used to kill women for the honor of their family if they talk to strangers or marrying to a boy of their choice.

6. Girls have been victimized even before their birth. As the technology provides the tools for prenatal sex selection, we have reports of abortions by gender selection.

In an era where women have outnumbered men in almost all fields. We have to consider that the upbringing mentality of a girl child should be equally strong as compared to that of a boy.


First of all, the mothers in this world need to respect their womanhood.

,Unless the mothers feel honoured for themselves and womanhood, they will not be able to justify the true spirit of motherhood to your child.

Parents prefer to have boys over girls. They do not welcome a girl with as much enthusiasm as in the case of a boy. For example:

The day a couple reveals their joy to the world about the expectation of a child, the very first wish they get from everyone is, “God bless you with a boy.”

Such kind of belief is still prevalent nowadays. The reason for this discrimination is because of the wrong beliefs of women themselves.

It is because family and society tell her that becoming a mother of a boy child is more prestigious than becoming the mother of a girl child.

The day she takes pride in being the mother of a girl child, society will welcome a girl with the same enthusiasm as a boy.

If a mother accepts and welcomes her daughter with heart and soul, then for her daughter, that would be everything.

A daughter can conquer the world if her mother is behind with her full support and unconditional love.



You are everything to your child. You do not need anyone else’s approval to be a proud mother of a girl child.

Second, In a few families, people believe that only boys can take the family’s name to future generations.

They think that daughters become part of different families after marriage.

So the daughter’s achievements and the next generation will not carry their family’s name.

Here is the question, Do the people remember their great-grandfathers every day? Sometimes people do not even remember their names. So, this kind of thinking must be given up now. Parents need to use their wisdom and think about it.

Third, Parents need to understand that gender discrimination is the creation of those people who we do not know.

Fourth, Dowry is also a big issue for parents.

However, if the people in society and especially the young generation become against of this practice, they will not face dowry problems at the time of marriage.

Parents should make their daughters financially independent so that they would not compromise and marry a boy who demands the dowry.

Fifth, Apart from general education, parents should arrange some special education to make their daughters physically and mentally healthy.

Apart from this, girls should learn self defense techniques and also learn how to remain mentally strong in case they go through some mishap in life.

Sixth, you must give sex education at an early stage.

Daughters should be guided well to take care of themselves. Also, they should also be aware of any unusual occurrences that happen to them. This can happen anywhere, such as in family and relations, at school, or in the neighborhood.

In addition to the above, Parents can ask the school authorities to arrange some special classes for girls to learn the defense mechanism and provide sex education relevant to their age.


  In conclusion, the journey towards a more equal and just society begins with the way we raise and nurture our daughters. These parenting tips emphasize the importance of empowering girls, challenging harmful beliefs, and promoting gender equality. As parents, it is our responsibility to instill in our daughters a sense of self-worth, pride in their womanhood, and the belief that they are capable of achieving anything they set their minds to. By breaking away from outdated norms and rejecting gender discrimination, we can create an environment where girls feel valued, supported, and encouraged to pursue their dreams. Providing equal opportunities, financial independence, and access to education equips them with the tools they need to thrive in all aspects of life. Moreover, educating girls about self defense and sex education empowers them to navigate life’s challenges with confidence and knowledge. It is crucial to foster open communication, trust, and understanding between parents and daughters, creating a strong foundation for their future endeavours. As we celebrate the achievements of inspiring women, let us remember that each girl has the potential to be a trailblazer and change-maker in her own right. By embracing the power  


1. Around the world in 7 months: All-woman Indian Navy crew of INSV Tarini sets sail on the historic voyage

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman flags off INSV Tarini and its all-woman crew who begin a circumnavigation effort (Photo: PTI)\

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2. लड़कियोकेलिए मिसाल बनीं राधा…

अति पिछड़े गांव सिरसिया के सेमरा नौशहरा की रहने वाली राधा श्रीवास्तव लड़कियों के लिए मिसाल है।

आज भी इनके गांव में रोशनी नहीं है, रास्ते नहीं हैं, लेकिन राधा इस समय अपने गांव के लिए किसी रोशनी से कम नहीं है।

इस दौरान श्री मिश्र ने कहा कि इस छोटे से जिले और अति पिछड़े ग्रामीण क्षेत्र से निकल कर राधा ने जो मुकाम हासिल किया है वह अपने आप में एक मिसाल है।

राधा आज जिले के हर महिलाओं के लिए उदाहरण बन चुकी है। इसके बाद लोगों ने विद्यालय परिसर से रैली निकाली।

जिसमें क्षेत्र के हजारो लोग सम्मिलित हुए। राधा ने रैली के दौरान लोगों से अपने लिए वोट मांगे। जिसमें सांसद भी उनके साथ मौजूद रहे।

इस मौके पर पिता शिव सहाय लाल श्रीवास्तव, भाई रवि श्रीवास्तव, राजन श्रीवास्तव, प्रधानाचार्य योगेश शुक्ल सहित पूरा विद्यालय परिवार क्षेत्र के लोग मौजूद रहे।

जबकि भिनगा में मिठाई लाल गुप्ता के घर पर भी भव्य स्वागत किया गया।

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This woman showcases that being a mother doesn’t stop a woman from achieving her dreams. Motherhood shouldn’t handicap you, it should make you stronger.

Mary Kom is a perfect example for all mothers out there waiting to fulfil their dreams.

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4. Sushmita Sen – Sushmita Sen adopted a baby girl in 2000 and a second girl in 2010.”

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5. P.T Usha: Also known as “The Payyoli Express”, P.T Usha is one of the most revered athletes that India has ever produced.

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6. Hima Das: Hima Das (born 9 January 2000), nicknamed the Dhing Express, is an Indian sprint runner from the state of Assam. She holds the current Indian national record in 400 metres with a timing of 50.79 s that she clocked at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. She is the first Indian athlete to win a gold medal in a track event at the IAAF World U20 Championships.

7. Tania Sachdev:

She is a beauty with brains. Sachdev has won titles like Women’s Grandmaster in 2005 and International Master in 2008. She has also received the Arjuna award.

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8. Puja Thakur is the first officer to lead the Inter-Service Guard of Honour. She says she joined the Indian Air Force because of the life she wanted for herself.

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9. Roshni Sharma

Roshini Sharma recently became the first Indian woman to ride a motorbike from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.

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10. A very inspiring Scene from Movie “DANGAL.”

11 Google Doodle celebrates Altina Schinasi, designer of iconic ‘cat-eye’ eyeglass frame

Altina Schinasi was indeed a remarkable individual with a diverse range of talents and accomplishments. Altina Schinasi’s design of the “Harlequin eyeglass frame,” later known as cat-eye glasses, left a lasting impact on fashion and eyewear trends. The cat-eye style became a symbol of the glamorous and playful fashion of the mid-20th century, and it has continued to be a beloved and iconic design that experienced several revivals in subsequent decades. In addition to her contributions to eyewear design, Altina Schinasi’s work as a sculptor, filmmaker, entrepreneur, window dresser, and inventor showcases her creative versatility and innovative spirit. Her multidisciplinary approach to art and design likely influenced her unique and distinctive approach to eyeglass frame design. Altina Schinasi’s legacy as a trailblazing designer and artist continues to inspire and influence the world of fashion and creativity. Her contributions to various fields are a testament to the power of individual vision and artistic expression.  

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Anshu Shrivastava

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Hi, my name is Anshu Shrivastava, founder of I write blogs on various topics of parenting on this website. I aim to provide parenting tips, especially for the parents of teenagers and College Students.

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