"My heart breaks so much more for your girls."
Being different is not wrong!
Boy behaviour problems aren't always easy to deal with. But in this 12-year-old's case, it became a terrifying ordeal for his entire family.
Are we raising our sons to be kind, sensitive and loving? Or are we raising angsty young men who perpetuate sexism?
How does this harmful expression trivialise negative behaviour by boys and men, and cover up their shortcomings?
Raising your child right implies not just good education. They should end up being better human beings at the end of the day.
Growing up boys are taught to man up and not cry. Is this the right message? Maybe we should teach our boys not to make girls cry....