But if you instill a strong sense of self in your son and encourage him to accept other people's differences, it'll be easier for him to deal with any teasing that comes from being "different. So, if he wants to take dance lessons, let him. Don't try to shut down his high-revving engine. Don't worry if he isn't acting "masculine" enough. Talk with your son's teacher regularly to find out his classroom strengths and weaknesses. Whenever possible, try to catch your son "being good. Some are boisterous to the point where they have a hard time focusing. Raising a thoughtful, well-rounded son can be a challenge. Encourage his interests, even if they aren't "boy" activities.
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