Six rules for raising happy girls

Author of ‘Raising Girls’ Steve Biddulph says the same thing! Such a simple yet powerful piece of advice. Thanks for sharing xx

Organised Chaos

Rule 5:


A spark is something a child is naturally good at and does without being prompted.  It can be musical, athletic, intellectual, academic or relational – anything from helping animals to growing and making things. But it is always linked to an innate talent, because kids like to do things that come easily to them. To discover it, all you have to do is ask your daughter what she loves to do.  Once she is allowed to pursue it freely, that feeling of competence will carry over into other areas where she is less confident – and give her a sense of fulfilment that will sustain her from childhood to adulthood.

Extract: Girls Uninterrupted, by Tanith Carey.

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