We worry our son will pick up ideas and behaviors we do not support that will someone else will reinforce. So we’re taking an active role in his life, even though it requires more of us.
We over-parent our children in scheduling because we under-parent our children in sitting and talking. They’re still present in the house at 30 because they weren’t fully in our presence at 10.
Trunk or Treat has quietly overtaken the American suburban neighborhood. Is it for better, or for worse? Depends on your preferences.
More than half of U.S. children, from a very early age, spend most of their waking hours separated from their parents. That’s not helicopter parenting.
Living at home isn’t viewed by millennials as ‘uncool,’ in fact it’s viewed as ‘responsible.’
Once upon a time, ‘free-range parenting’ was simply known as parenting.
The more we shelter kids and prevent them from practicing their skills when they’re ready, the more we stunt their ability to be independent in the future.
Raising kids in the pink police state means overthinking, overplanning, and overmedicating. No wonder parents are going crazy.
Kids need to know not only what challenges they will face, but how to rise to them.
Helicopter parenting tells us that more worry equals more love. It’s not true. You really can — and should — leave your kids alone for 60 seconds.
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