Happier Parents Happier Kids – Part 1

Happier Parents Happier Kids

osy had a packed schedule of lunches, meet-ups and activities – and she was only three.  Mom Michaeleen Doucleff felt she couldn’t waste a second of her daughter’s time. Rosy needed to be constantly lectured and stimulated if she was going to reach the Ivy League.

This style of parenting was exhausting both mother and daughter, until Michaeleen found that not everyone approaches child-rearing in this way. She tells Dr Laurie Santos how she forged a happier and more relaxed relationship with Rosy – that benefited them both.

Formed Stanford dean Julie Lythcott-Haims explores how “overparenting” has taken hold in recent decades and why it needs to be challenged.

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