Raising Resilient Girls…Part 2

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Join us as we continue examining how nature, nurture and culture affects boys and girls, with social philosopher and author Michael Gurian.

On Part 2 of this series, Michael talks about how we can use what science says to raise resilient girls.

On this week’s episode:

  • The way mothers and fathers empathise differently, and why this can be beneficial in building resilience and boundaries
  • Why fathering is essential for adolescent girls, and what happens in same sex families
  • How girls can get locked in perception and destructive thought patterns and how parents can unlock this
  • Why nurturing our girls according to their nature builds resilience

Listen to Part Two of Raising Resilient Girls now

more resources for raising resilient girls

Learn more about Micheal’s work at www.GurianInstitute.com and read more about his approach to raising girls in his book The Minds of Girls.

Join Michael and Abigail at this year’s Summer Institute.

Hear Micheal on Part One of this podcast, and his talk with us about Raising Boys – Raising Boys and Girls Differently

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