Helicopter parents are those moms or dads who take excessive interest in the lives of their children and an overprotective take on their safety. It basically describes a parent who has a tendency to hover over their child… well, like a helicopter at any given moment. Whether it’s to do with school work or experiences, the helicopter parents are the parents who are always there, and sometimes are there a
We all want to live a good life, especially when it comes to raising children and a family. The goal to live a good life is guided by certain principles that are personal and vary from one person to the other. There are also those that are the standard, for example, the quest for good education for a child, good housing, financial security just to name but a few.
It’s a whole other ball game to be raised by toxic parents. These are the people who help mold you into the person you are. I’m not sure if I had toxic parents, but I know one of them had similar traits. It was my father. I loved my father just like all little girls loved and adored their daddy. But my father was different than some of the other
A family road trip is becoming a favorite vacation all over the world because of the unique chance it offers to build stronger family relationships. During summer when children are on holiday, a road trip can serve as a great opportunity to help kids explore the wonders of nature, and travel to new places, as the whole family gets more united. Here are some of the main reasons why you
You tear your hair out when you think of your folks. Your emotionally immature parents lack empathy for you or others. You need to cope with them but will first have to understand what emotional immaturity is. So, what are its signs and how do you deal with them? What is emotional immaturity? Below is a short explanation of this behavior. Note that not all parents will act this way.
If you are the child of overprotective parents, you know that it can be really complicated to do things that your friends take for granted. You can’t just casually tell your parents what you’re going to do as you’re walking out the door! If these ten things sound familiar to you, you are undoubtedly the child of overprotective parents. 1. It’s just easier not to tell them you’re dating. Do
The next time one of your loved ones nags at you about spending time with family, you may want to take the grumbling seriously. Studies prove that you should, for many reasons. Finding quality time in this busy day and age is a challenge, but not impossible. There are a few ways you can set it aside for your loved one without feeling the stretch. Studies Show that Spending Time
WHO (World Health Organization) has announced that single people could be recognized as ‘disabled,’ which could entitle them to fertility treatment. We all know that IVF is available on the NHS for couples that meet certain criteria. However, there are many singletons out there that would prefer to start a family without a partner but can’t afford private treatment. Well, their wish may have just come true. Recently, WHO (World
All parents want the best for their children. They want their young ones to turn out to be upstanding, knowledgeable adults who contribute to society. Some parents, believing that their adult children are too inexperienced to make decisions, pull all stops to manage their lives. They inadvertently become "monster parents". Many of them interfere with their children's activities and relationships. Others become pushy and to an extent, narcissistic; they enforce