via The Atlantic, "Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail"

by ParentCo. March 09, 2015

High responsiveness and low demandingness parents don't give their children the chance to solve their own problems. A study explores the resulting low confidence and lack of independence in students who weren't allowed to suffer setbacks. via Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail in The Atlantic.



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