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The Best Way to Raise Successful Daughters? Nag Them, Science Says

Mother and teen daughter

While she might not thank you now, your daughter will later be grateful you pushed her to strive for more.

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Science says raise your expectations if you want to raise a successful daughter.

If you ever feel like you are being too hard on your child, you may be in luck., the more you nag your daughter, the more successful she's likely to be.

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