What is the relationship between an overprotective, overcontrolling parent and a lazy, unmotivated
child who is not a self-starter and resourceful?
A child who is over-protected is never given a chance to learn from mistakes or to build confidence through handling problem-solving issues. An overly-controlling parent through her actions is telling a child that he is incapable of both making his own decisions and making it on his own. If a child does make an effort at a task, and the parent has to step in, this will only serve to make the child feel useless. After awhile, the child will stop trying. Lack of confidence and self-esteem often lead to alcohol and drug abuse which further a lack of motivation and poor success in career and relationships.
by prettygurl16 11 months ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 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 and controlling parenting in making their children childish, puerile, and...
by DK 6 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 months 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 overprotective/helicopter parents who believe in overprotecting and infantilizing...
by loveofnight 4 years ago
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by Adikari 6 years ago
Can anyone forget your mother ? What is this strong relationship between us and mother ?
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