Here is what makes you a Helicopter Parent.
You Fight on Behalf of Your Kids:
You Attempt Their Assignments:
Do you feel tempted to do their sums and written work? You feel good to save them from stress and frustration. But science says healthy levels of stress boost problem-solving abilities in children. What you should do is to encourage them to
You Guide their Coaches:
You Don’t Set Your Kids Free:
Do you stay at kid parties when you are meant to drop and leave? Do you always text your teen regarding their location? If this is the case learn to be worry-free. While making sure they are secure is important it is equally essential to cut the apron strings and leave them on their own. This encourages self-confidence.
You are Not Teaching Them Responsibility:
You Want it Too Safe:
Do you want to bubble wrap your toddler? Prop helmets and knee pads on your kids every time they are heading out? Being worried is a part of parenting but setting them free to limits is also crucial. Let them climb tree, fall and scrape it all adds to their life experiences and growth as a person.
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