Are you more worried for your son or daughter as they grow into an adult?
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8 Responses to “Are you worried for your son or daughter more?”
I think more for my daughter because of how women are really such sexual objects out in the world. I worry about her with being safe - especially as you see all these young women who have been taken from campuses and being killed.
i worry about my eldest child if her experience (or difficulties) with my marriage and her stepfather will have an effect on her when she grows up
I WORRY MORE ABOUT MY SON, GIRLS ARE MORE INDEPENDENT AND CAN FEND FOR THEMSELVES, MY SON DEPENDS ON ME FOR EVERYTHING. BUT HE WAS MY FIRST-BORN, I LOVE THEM THE SAME, BUT I FEEL LIKE MY SON NEEDS ME MORE RIGHT NOW
i have a persistent worry that my daughter will be kidnapped… i wake up in the night to check on her several times… she is 5 now… how do you wish you didn’t worry so much about your child?
I constantly worry that my daughter will be abducted or molested….it never stops and has kept me up nights…has also sent me to a therapist. I don’t know how you stop worrying about such things….
Of course I am. Especially with how things are now. I’m talking our Economy and Everything… I have a pretty decent job and so does my boyfriend but yet we find ourselves BARELY being able to pay the sitter! So yes, I worry… I worry I won’t be able to give him everything he deserves. I worry that the world isn’t going to be the way it should when he’s an adult! I worry all the time! haha He’s my first kid! I HAVE TO!
My daughters way more than my son.
I worry about my 14 month old boy constantly, I sometimes think its abnormal, but I can’t control my fears of something happening to him. I thought it was only me, but after reading these comments, I feel completely normal… It’s a feeling I never felt before being a mommy!
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