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This collection of “Wise Words About Women” from Good Housekeeping in 1886 imparts valuable insights. It suggests that wildness in children doesn’t necessarily equate to bad behavior and that it often leads to the development of the best adults. It emphasizes the power of a good example in family governance, highlights the initial turbulence in early marriage that can transform into enduring peace, and beautifully describes the harmonious but contrasting qualities between husbands and wives.
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WISE WORDS ABOUT WOMEN. From Good Housekeeping published in 1886
- Don’t be afraid of wild boys and girls, they often grow up to be the very best men and women. Wildness is not viciousness.
- In family government let this be always remembered, that no reproof or denunciation is so potent as the silent influence of a good example.
- The early months of marriage often are times of critical tumult, whether that of a shrimp pool or of deeper waters, which afterwards subsides into cheerful peace.
- Husband and wife, so much in common, how different in type! She all golden hues and softness, he all dark shades and energy, her step so light and child-like, his so manly and steady. Such a contrast, and yet such a harmony, strength and weakness blended together!