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Micromanaging parents are truly their own worst enemies
Parenting Advice
John Rosemond Color
John Rosemond
To most folks, micromanagement has to do with tasks or performance. The micromanaging parent, for example, is generally thought of as one who hovers over a child’s homework or academics in general. Indeed, that is the most common form, but parental micromanagement can also extend to organizing and directing a child’s social life and recreation.
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