Hands-On Parenting – New York Times

How involved are your parents or caregivers in your day-to-day life? Are they hands-on — planning and signing you up for activities, helping you with homework, making your meals, attending your games and recitals, checking on your grades, throwing you birthday parties, helping you apply to college and generally knowing your whereabouts? Or would you describe them as more hands-off?

How do you feel about the way they parent you?

In your opinion, are parents today too involved in their children’s lives? Or is hands-on parenting the best way to help children be happy and successful? Why do you think the way you do?

Tell us in the comments, then read the related article to find out what experts and parents say.

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