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This can make it hard for them to learn when they start school. The factors include: dilemmas about abilities and talents; personal choices about family; choices about duty and caring and nurturing the talents in oneself as opposed to putting the needs of others first; religious and social issues which consistently affect women across their lifespans; poor planning; hiding abilities and differences; perfectionism; attributing success to luck rather to ability; poor choice of partners; and confusing messages from home about politeness (Reis, 1998).

Pages: 302

Publisher: Doer.Dreamer.Doctor. & Company (December 29, 2014)

ISBN: 0692307524

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