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Parental Tip #427.

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“Give your daughter (or little girl you know) a doll, and tell her to put it in her pocket. Tell her to ask the doll questions, and the doll will tell her in which direction to proceed. Tell her to feel the doll, feed the doll, and take care of the doll. This will help her understand how to listen to her intuition—what women far too often forget they possess.”


Buffy Smith (n.): resident parental advisor, opinionated know-it-all.

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