Summary of To Raise Brave Girls, Encourage Adventure
Since brave girls become brave women, embolden girls to jump high, run fast and throw caution to the wind.
It’s not uncommon for little Johnny to clamber around the jungle gym while little Annie hesitates at the top of the slide. Many parents encourage their sons to engage in a bit of rough and tumble yet caution their daughters to “be careful” or “watch out.” New York Times best-selling author Caroline Paul explains why this tendency deprives girls of the opportunity to develop courage and self-confidence, which are essential tools for navigating the world. getAbstract recommends her gutsy advice to all parents as well as to girls and women of all ages.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why people often are surprised when women display bravery,
- How parents discourage girls from taking risks and
- Why girls should play just as hard as boys do.
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