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Just wanted to know from experienced parents if Son or daughter dynamics change as they grow up.

I have a daughter, who is now 11 spends more time with her friends and in social media. She comes to me or have a serious talk only when she has a problem that needs to be solved or she gets bored with internet. The only good time I really have daily is the 15 mins drive to drop her at school. That's when she jokes, makes fun or torments to upgrade the car.

Do boys too behave in a similar manner?
cheers,
Super

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