- Words: 3421
- Length: 12 Pages
- Topic: Children
- Paper #: 61524795
As teenagers, children are very dependent on their parents. They rely on parents for food and shelter, for transportation, for financial support, and so on. However, parents often take their responsibilities too far, and their concern for the child's welfare and desire to be good parents may cause them to stifle the child's growth. This kind of parenting is known as overprotective parenting.
In ideal situations, parents allow for