creating children who are fearful and highly risk averse? Overprotective parents, in the name of being loving and involved parents irreparably harm, even damage children in the long run. Children of overprotective parents do not develop the self-motivation and proactivity necessary to succeed. Also, they do not develop the necessary life and survival skills necessary for independence and success in childhood/adolescence and as adults. In essence, overprotective parents create fearful children who are afraid to undertake tasks and venture to do new things and activities.
by Grace Marguerite Williams8 weeks ago
I did a hub regarding how overprotective parents overguard and mollycoddle their children as to leave them totally bereft of basic life and survival skills. As we all know, there is a rising phenomena of...
by Grace Marguerite Williams6 years ago
It truly amazes me when overprotective parents lament how immature and irresponsible their adolescent and/or near adult children are. Didn't they realize that they were partly responsible by their intrusive...
by loveofnight4 years ago
Is it possible for a parent to stand in their child's way, how ?
by Akshara985 months ago
I am 19 years old. I have overprotective parents. I can't go hanging around with my friends. Help meI can say thatmy parents are friendly and they does everything that I need. But they don't try to understand my...
by barbara yulia7 years ago
Correlation between men who cheat on their wives and hitting their children???I've heard that men who are cheating on their wives tend to hit either the wife or their children physically when they are upset. Is it true...
by Phil Perez2 years ago
Correlation Between Intelligence and "Living in the Moment?"Do people with the ideal to, live in the moment tend to be less intelligent than others?
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