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Shantala Nayak

Blogger. Avid Reader. Hardcore Foodie. Recovering Netflix Addict. Tea Guzzler. Book Hoarder. Parent.

In a past life, equipped with an MBA in Finance, Shantala was an equity research analyst. <br> <br> But these days - she thrives on being a writer/blogger, the resident master chef at her house, and mom to her son - who she is convinced is the human version of the energizer bunny! <br> <br> You can follow her on her <a href="" rel="nofollow">Blog</a>, <a href="" rel="nofollow">Facebook </a>or <a href="" rel="nofollow">Twitter</a>!
Why You Shouldn't Treat Your Daughter Like A

Why You Shouldn't Treat Your Daughter Like A Son

"I treat my daughter just like my son." Or "She is not my daughter, she is my son." If you are an Indian, you have probably heard such proclamations, usually said with much pride, several times. Most Indians think there's nothing wrong with these statements and take them either as a parenting best practice or a compliment to the child.
07/03/2016 8:22 AM IST