Monday, April 23, 2007

How to bring up boys?

We just saw Provoked. Its a movie which every family must see. The last message through the main protagonist - "If every mother brings up her boys in manner that they learn to respect women, the world would never see a woman battered or abused".

Why only mothers? Its the duty of the father as well to bring up his sons in a sensitive manner. Its the duty of the extended family and also the schooling system. Its there that the children spend much of their 'most impressionable' years. Anyways...its a great film where no frame is wasted.

4 comments:

Abhinav said...

Hi Rajeev ,
U r right i agree with u on this the environment provided by parents in the first 20years of a child s life shapes up the behaviour and the thoughts wchich is a deciding factor of the child life be it professional or personal.

Abhinav

Vikram said...

Hi Rajeev:

Recently discovered your blog. Its great with some very thought provoking ideas. I will keep coming back for your advice.

You Know me!!

Vikram Malhotra
Columbus, Ohio, USA

Sona said...

Hi Sir,
Just discovered your blog.
Some thought provoking issues you have discussed.....which makes one ponder.
Dono if you recall me. Need some advice would email you.
Regards
Sona D/o SK Sareen, Bathinda,Punjab

sunaina bhakhri said...

Hi Rajeen.
A quick introduction. I am Sunaina working at Breakthrough, Delhi. This post is most interestingly written &very sensitively deals with the most pertinent issue of domestic violence and how men can be a part of the change And you have managed to put the issue in focus quite well.What comes through is the concern you have exhibited for this issue. Well, I work on a youth oriented site called www.bellbajao.org and would love for you to blog on it. We have blogs on similar styles and themes, spotlighting those individuals and groups of people who work around the issue of Domestic Violence in particular and Violence against women in general, partnering and collaborating with women who are deeply entrenched in the fight for gender equality.


Please visit the site and do write back to me at sunaina.bhakhri@gmail.com about your thoughts on the campaign.And if you're interested, do blog on the site as well. And if you're a regular blogger, we'd be happy to put you on our blogroll and crosslink your blog page on our site.

Thanks and hoping to hear from you,
Sunaina Bhakhri