The Learning Spotlight
4 Parenting Styles That Ruin Children
(And we are all guilty at times...)
Millennials and emerging Generation Zers are proving to be products of contemporary parenting styles. Parenting can certainly be complex. We all make mistakes and learn as we go. Following are the four parents we want to avoid becoming since they limit our children's chance for success when they leave the nest:
1. Helicopter Parents: These parents hover over and protect children from every challenge in life. These children are not allowed to fail and learn. It is always the school's fault if they get in trouble. It is always the teacher's fault if they fail. Everyone gets a trophy.
2. Astronaut Parents: These parents are never around. They are on a Mars mission and don't get involved in their children's lives. While some autonomy is good for a child, they do need parents who understand, support, and encourage them along the way.
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