QUES­TIONS every MOTHER SHOULD ASK ABOUT HER DAUGH­TER

Herworld (Malaysia) - - HER STORY - By Poon Li-Wei

Be­com­ing a mother is one of the most re­ward­ing things in the world. From cradling your pre­cious child to sleep, to tear-filled eyes as they ut­ter their very first word – these are the mo­ments you’ll re­mem­ber and yearn for years down the road. Still, nav­i­gat­ing through moth­er­hood can be tricky, whether it’s won­der­ing if your child’s shy­ness is com­pletely nor­mal or broach­ing del­i­cate con­ver­sa­tions as your child un­der­goes phys­i­cal, men­tal, and emo­tional changes. And while rais­ing a son is as chal­leng­ing and amaz­ing as it is to bring up a daugh­ter, we’ve de­cided to con­sult two ex­perts to tackle the slightly more sen­si­tive is­sues daugh­ters face while grow­ing up (cue pe­riod and breast de­vel­op­ment talks!).

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