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But what if this bonding and expectation grow out to be a great emotional dependency that we couldn't overcome in our later stages of life? What if it impacts our kid’s life?
"To create loving men, we must love males…" - bell hooks. Nope. If men want a better world, they need to do better for themselves and each other and their sons and the world at large. It is not the responsibility of women.
My dear son, if you ever make your marriage a battle of egos, it will never work. Learn to let go. A letter to my son (who's now a teenager) when he thinks of getting married.
Enough has been said about how we need to talk to our girls about puberty. But, is it not equally important to talk to our sons too, as they hit puberty?
Yes, Indian parents should love their sons (like all parents love their children), but ought to let go of the constant scrutiny and mollycoddling once they are married.
Teach boys to respect girls and women at home, share in household work and follow rules. Treat them at par with girls, even if it is to make them toe the line.
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