Parenting 6 May '17
Helicopter parenting is said to be one of the major factors as to why their children are unemployable.
Parenting 17 April '17
Some blame helicopter parenting for why kids don't grow up with a firm backbone but experts and parents believe there are some positive aspects to this, too.
Family Life 30 March '17
It is very important to raise self-reliant and independent children that’s why some parents are embracing the free-range parenting concept.
Family Life 20 March '17
Consultant parenting, which instills a sense of self-efficacy to a child, has reportedly shown its significance in determining the success of the children.
Family Life 12 February '17
Believe it or not, this approach, where children are left to entertain themselves while the mothers are fulfilling their responsibilities, are working for some families.
Family Life 4 February '17
A parenting expert is urging parents to allow their children to make their own decisions and do things for themselves to encourage their independence.
Family Life 27 January '17
Raising excellent kids is a dream for many parents, but at what expense?
News 24 January '17
Nicole Kidman loves that she's maternal but acknowledges that she sometimes does it too much.
Development 30 November '16
Experts reveal that helicopter parenting can actually do more harm than good.
TV.Movie 30 November '16
The new animated movie is a great commentary on hotly-debated parenting style.
Family Life 23 November '16
Have their parents coddled them too much? An old journalist believes that all is not lost among the young. Read on.
Family Life 7 November '16
Attachment parenting focuses on the emotional bond or attachment between the parent and the child while Helicopter parenting, however, is focusing too much on the children that it becomes quite irrational and unwarranted.
Family Life 30 October '16
Free-range parents allow their children to walk home from school on their own, which does not only encourage independence but also allow them to engage in physical activities. Oregon's go-signal for children to walk home alone is considered a victory by free-range parents.
Family Life 6 October '16
Helicopter parenting aka overparenting has long been viewed as a harmful approach when it comes to child-rearing. In fact, many experts have noted that overparenting can do more harm than good.
Family Life 21 September '16
It's not just children who could suffer from too much parenting. Even devoted parents has their limits.
Family Life 15 September '16
Helicopter parenting is definitely one of the most controversial child-raising method that experts really avoid recommending to parents. Its impact on child development and well-being are often negative.
Family Life 4 September '16
Most if not all people already know that parenting is not really quite an easy job. But when parenting gets tough, there are some effective ways that can help parents cope with the stresses and pressures that go with child-raising.
Behavior 13 August '16
Know why teenagers and college students are into binge drinking.
Family Life 9 August '16
Many studies have suggested that helicopter parenting is an overly criticized and dangerous child raising strategy. In fact, it has been considered as one of the factors that can hamper autonomy and development in children.
Family Life 4 August '16
Helicopter parenting involves constantly interfering in a child's life, particularly in education. This encourages an academic life filled with extremes and sometimes paves the way to binge drinking especially when they get into college.
Family Life 20 July '16
It’s already a given fact that parenting style can influence a child’s behavior and development. In fact, several studies have found substantial evidence that parenting styles do affect children.
Development 28 June '16
Researchers are against intrusive or helicopter parenting after a five-year-long study.
Family Life 10 June '16
There have already been several write-ups that depicted the pros and cons of helicopter parenting, with some saying this parenting style often cause negative effects. But now, parenting experts found submarine parenting’s potential to counteract the effects of overparenting.