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In Dr Haim Ginott's book Parents & Teenagers, teenagers used helicopter parenting to describe how their parents hovered over them like helicopters.
Helicopter parenting refers to a type of parents who are overly focused on their children. They usually take excessive responsibility for their children's experiences, specifically their successes or failures.
Helicopter parents may be involved in a child's life that is over-managing and overprotecting.
Many helicopter parents have good intentions, but when parenting is governed by fear, it's hard to see all the things kids can learn without help.
Failure and difficulties teach kids new skills. However, when we overprotect children,
As parents, we have to look at our children now and how they should be as adults. Getting them from children to adulthood involves suffering for both child and parent.
This means allowing children to struggle.
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