Monthly Archives: August 2015

Helicopter Parenting is Bad. Or Good.

For Back-to-School season, we’re taking a look at different parenting styles and philosophies. Last time we examined Purposeful Parenting. This time, we’re taking on the Helicopter Parent. The definition of a helicopter parent (according to Google) is “a parent who … Continue reading

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How Purposeful is Your Parenting?

  Back to School is a good time to reevaluate how purposeful our parenting is. The one thing all parents have in common is that we are human. While we may steadfastly embrace a particular philosophy when it comes to our children, … Continue reading

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