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The Nurturing Instinct Can a male survive without his mother at college as well as a female can in performing simple tasks I believe that it is more difficult for a male to go away to college than it is for a female A female may inherit a mothering gene which could give her some ideas of what to do while on her own They have grown up with the nurturing gene inside of them and this is observed when they are young playing house as young children When it is time for a person to go to college they are leaving their parents for what is sometimes the first time This experience causes both sons and daughters to explore life on their own Making many decisions on their own can be very difficult for several teenagers Performing simple tasks such as doing laundry that many parents did for them in the past can also cause the teenagers to be confused Some simple questions such as Which colors go together or What should the setting be on the washer can make the college student frustrated There are so many choices who knows which is the right one Their parents may have always been there to help answer their questions but they are no longer standing by their side When moving away from her parents a female tends to get in touch with her inner-self Her nurturing instincts seem to come out They are more independent then males who sometimes rely on their female friends at school to help them out when they move away from their mothers This brings out that mothering instinct in the female One does not often see a male down in the laundry room explaining to a female how to do laundry During the first few weeks of school males may be seen asking many questions usually to females about how to operate the laundry machines and how much detergent
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