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It is true that there are natural differences between boys and girls but it is the responsibility of the parents to nurture them in order to prevent the possibility of having gender issues in the future.
Gilbert addresses many issues that mainly affect a child during the development process especially with more emphasis on the concept of gender. Many people have different perceptions when it comes to establishing which gender is superior or stronger right from birth. A number of questions are usually raised in accordance to such views. For instance, are boys more aggressive and more active? Do boys experience a harder time while separating from their mothers? Are girls able to talk earlier? Do girls experience the urge to read and write much earlier? Why do boys and girls play with different toys? All these questions are well answered by Gilbert in A field guide to boys and girls. The aim of Gilbert is to help parents to learn how to combat the problems of their children that are related to gender.
Increased aggressiveness and activeness are normally characteristics that tend to occur at certain periods of a healthy child’s development. These happen during a child’s early adolescence period. During fantasy plays, boys usually turn sticks into guns and balloons into bombs. They kill and even die and in no time, they are reborn, then they continue right on with their play. Most parents worry of such acts and wonder whether their sons are normal or simply active boys. Mothers are the most concerned when they see their boys playing with guns and they end up thinking that they are going to grow up to be violent. However, this is not the case. A research study in the US shows that the average boy based on a school scenario is more active than girls (Sethi, 2013). It is also well noted that even the most active girls in the classroom do not seem to be able to express their energy the same way as most boys based on
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