Effects of helicopter parents - Deepstash

Effects of helicopter parents

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, 

  • it decreases children's confidence and self-esteem.
  • They don't develop coping skills for loss, disappointment, or failure.
  • Increase their anxiety.
  • They develop a sense of entitlement.
  • They never learn to master certain skills themselves.

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