These Children Saw A Girl Getting Bullied And What They Advised Her Is Pure Gold

They say change begins at home!

These Children Saw A Girl Getting Bullied And What They Advised Her Is Pure Gold
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Parenting is touted to be a difficult task, which is learnt over time, with a lot of guidance from the book and other parents' experiences.

A Mumbai couple, however, is being the parent every child, especially sons should get. They have gone against society's norms, and are educating their children, boys actually, in a very different manner.

The duo is all set to make sure men and women come on the same level and deserve the same, fair treatment. If the thought itself didn't make you want to praise this couple, probably nothing will!

As per the society, a family is supposed to be happy if a son is born.

As per the society, a family is supposed to be happy if a son is born.

This couple laughed that off. Not that a son cannot make any parent happy, but why the partiality with daughters then?

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The society has set an untold rule that a crying man is a weak man.

The society has set an untold rule that a crying man is a weak man.
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Is showing an emotion really a sign of weakness, or rather a strength? The couple assures their sons that it is okay to cry when you feel like it.

Girls are considered weaker than men, especially when it comes to physical activity.

Girls are considered weaker than men, especially when it comes to physical activity.
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The couple doesn't only speak of women empowerment; they also make sure that they teach their sons to respect women and treat them as equals.

Imagine a man who speaks not of women empowerment (because he believes they are already empowered), but of giving women the equal respect and dignity.

Imagine a man who speaks not of women empowerment (because he believes they are already empowered), but of giving women the equal respect and dignity.
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He is the father of two sons and doing his parenting job brilliantly.

Read the post of 'Humans of Bombay' here!

How many claps for this kind of parenting?

Is showing an emotion really a sign of weakness, or rather a strength?