parent hélicoptère – helicopter parents

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on Etes vous un parent hélicoptère? – on “only in San Francisco”: … Les symptômes du syndrome “parent hélicoptère” sont surtout un contact quasi-permanent par téléphone portable avec leur rejeton et l’administration, l’intervention dans tous les conflits et les décisions à prendre. Le phénomène est suffisament important pour qu’il existe maintenant une mise en garde des parents.Le message, en bref: dans leur intérêt, ” give them a break!” …

A parent who hovers over his or her children … (full text and exemples).

Helicopter parent on en.wikipedia: Helicopter parent is a colloquial, early 21st-century term for a parent who pays extremely close attention to his or her child’s or children’s experiences and problems, particularly at educational institutions. The term was originally coined by Foster W. Cline, M.D. and Jim Fay in their 1990 book Parenting with Love and Logic: Teaching Children Responsibility,[1] although Dr. Haim Ginott mentions a teen who complains, “Mother hovers over me like a helicopter…” on page 18 of the bestselling book Between Parent & Teenager published in 1969.

Helicopter parents are so named because, like helicopters, they hover closely overhead, rarely out of reach, whether their children need them or not.

In Scandinavia, this phenomenon is known as curling parenthood and describes parents who attempt to sweep all obstacles out of the paths of their children. It is also called “overparenting”. Parents try to resolve their child’s problems, and try to stop them coming to harm by keeping them out of dangerous situations[2] … (full long text).

Slow parenting on wikipedia.

Etes vous un parent hélicoptère? – on generation Y20,

Watch this video: Don’t be a Helicopter Parent …, 7.33 min, Story Published on August 13, 2009.

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