I am one of 4 daughters, and my parents have always raised me strong, and opinionated. They told me never to fear to speak my mind. I am a product of my childhood, and wish to do the same with my daughters. I have made sure to introduce her to books that talk about strong girls, and keep reminding her that she is an equal.
I also think it is very important for parents to also realise to talk about other matters – like good touch, bad touch, abuse, and more. Yes – I would like to believe they would never need to know, but we need to make them aware of what is happening around them.
Mansi Zaveri, the founder of Kidsstoppress.com speaks to Meghna Pant – a multiple awards-winning and bestselling author, screenwriter, journalist and speaker and a new mom in the block. She speaks to us about her book boys don’t cry.
- Why it is important to make your kids aware of what abuse is
- Her childhood
- Her relationship with her sibling, Sorabh Pant
- And more…
Listen to the entire episode of Raising Parents on Jio Saavn.
When: A new episode every week on Wednesday