Shielding your child too much can hinder independence and problem-solving skills.
Failing to set rules may lead to disrespectful behavior and entitlement.
Granting every wish fosters unrealistic expectations.
Doing their tasks prevents self-sufficiency.
Avoiding age-appropriate chores hampers skill development.
Micromanaging stifles independence.
Shielding from consequences hinders accountability.
Without financial responsibility teaching, dependence persists.
Fear of confrontation limits problem-solving.
Not recognizing maturity hampers self-esteem and transition to adulthood.