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“They are so busy tending to their careers, over-parenting, letting nannies do it all, you name it, that they are simply not there for their kids when they need it most!”
“I'm happy, but it's a fine line between parenting and over-parenting," Ms. Bartsch said.”
“But I think that there is a little bit of a gulf between, okay, let's overcome this over-parenting and let's send our child out on to the middle of the Indian Ocean with essentially no help.”
“Helicopter parenting, over-parenting, hyper-parenting -- whatever you want to call it -- has risen dramatically over the last two decades.”
“Another example of “over-parenting” was related to me today by my wife.”
“We bought the line that good parenting is the same as over-parenting.”
“I remember reading a column by the Times' Lisa Belkin last year, in which she wrote about the decline of over-parenting and the rise of the hip new nonchalant parenting.”
“This could make sense if our circumstances farmers with twelve children left us with so little time and energy per child that over-parenting was impossible.”
“And there are some, you know, social historians or people who discussed family issues that say over-parenting is different than helicopter parenting.”
“Just Sayin '," does this mean over-parenting is over?”
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