Helicopter Parenting

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Helicopter parenting is a parent who pays extremely close attention to children or children 's experiences and problems, particularly at educational institutions. The term was first used in the 1969 book called “Parents & Teenagers,” by Dr. Haim Ginott. Helicopter parenting became popular that it was added to the dictionary entry in 2011. This style of parenting is an overprotective style on raising their children by not letting them have too much freedom. However, this way of parenting is mainly involved in a child’s life by trying to be too much of a controlling parent rather than letting their kids get away with something at a young age. Parents typically take all the responsibilities of their children’s decisions they make. Therefore, this
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