Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 7 Things Parents Should Do to Raise Strong Daughters by 30Seconds Mom

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 7 Things Parents Should Do to Raise Strong Daughters

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s new book, “My Own Words,” hit bookshelves last year. Promoting her book in an interview with The New York Times, Ginsburg shared “advice for living” and tips for parents who want to raise a strong, confident daughter who blazes her own path. Ginsburg says to have a trail-blazing daughter, parents need to do the following:

  • Foster a love of reading.
  • Teach them to be independent.
  • Encourage them to seek out great teachers.
  • Encourage them to turn a deaf ear when needed.
  • Encourage them to set aside their worries – and simply achieve.
  • Teach them that they can make their own luck.
  • Pray that they marry the right person.

Read more advice from Ruth Bader Ginsburg and raising daughters via Inc.

Photo: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Twitter

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Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds
I love this! Ruth is such an inspiration!!
Katie Sloan
I have several friends raising strong, confident daughters!
Jessica Acree
This is one of those books I’d want on my shelf for my daughter to discover and read someday... 🙌🏼

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