The Wonder of Girls: Understanding the Hidden Nature of Our Daughters, by Michael Gurian
This book really gets into what makes teenage girls tick. Two main themes stick in my mind:
- There are solid scientific reasons why girls act the way they do, based on hormones and other things that affect the way they think, feel, and do what they do.
- Society has let feminism go a little too far in some ways, telling girls that they should not only be as good as boys, but be like boys, damaging girls’ nature of who they truly are.
Many elements covered in this book help me better understand my daughter and other youth women. I highly recommend it!