What we may justify as "good parenting" can hurt our children later. Unless we're mindful of that, it's easy to handicap them by making their lives too easy.
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Not acknowledging anger and powerlessness or trivializing it only makes things worse. I'd suggest we'd have a lot less girls to "fix" if we acknowledged this.
Know any sullen, angry, withdrawn, underachieving teenagers? If so, send this to them and ask them what fits and what doesn't.
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