A March 7, 2005 Time Magazine cover story included this statement: “Until recently, there have been two groups of people: those who argue sex differences are innate and should be embraced, and those who insist that they are learned and should be eliminated by changing the environment. Dr. Sax is one of the few in the middle — convinced that boys and girls are innately different and that we must change the environment so differences don’t become limitations.”
Details about Dr. Sax’s 2-day visit to Jackson Hole (February 19-20) will be available in January. Please stay tuned to this website…
So that when she pushes hard against your rules, flailing, crying that you are mean or unfair, she is really asking you a question: Am I worth the fight, Dad? Are you strong enough to handle me? Make sure she knows the answer is yes.
— Meg Meeker, MD; "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters"
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