What Overparenting Looks Like from a Stanford Dean's Perspective
Julie Lythcott-Haims writes: A heightened level of parental involvement in the lives of kids obviously stems from love — unquestionably a good thing. But by the time I stepped down as dean at Stanford in 2012 I had interacted not only with a tremendous number of parents but with students who seemed increasingly reliant upon their parents in ways that felt, simply, off. I began to worry that college "kids" (as college students had become known) were somehow not quite formed fully as humans.
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