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New post: Tips on How To Raise an Assertive and Respectful Daughter - TIPS ON HOW TO RAISE AN ASSERTIVE AND RESPECTFUL DAUGHTER If you want to raise strong and confident daughter, teaching assertiveness is key. Assertive daughters know how to stand up for themselves (and others) without being hurtful or mean. A strong, healthy communication style can be great for any child to learn. Being assertive is a good skill to learn, as it can help you express your thoughts and feelings to others, both positively and negatively. But assertiveness can be even more important and challenging for girls. Society has made a lot of progress, but studies show that women still face some double standards. While men are admired for being outspoken in the workplace, women are more likely to be seen as unlikeable or abrasive. A few simple strategies for teaching your child to be assertive involve practicing active listening and helping them develop emotional intelligence. As a parent, you can help your child walk the line between being too bossy and being too passive. Try these tips to help your daughter become assertive and respectful: BUILDING CONFIDENCE FOR YOUR ASSERTIVE DAUGHTER: 1. UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS OF YOUR CHILD. Self-awareness is the first lesson to give your child. Before they can communicate with others, they have to know and accept themselves. Through conversation, expressing their emotions, and reading books and magazines together, you'll help them learn to express the...