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A guide to guerrilla parenting

A guide to guerrilla parenting

Even well-educated, well-placed parents are afraid that, without constant monitoring, their children’s place in their own class isn’t secure. They put their trust in webs of internships and institutional affiliations.

Are parents trying too hard with their children?

Are parents trying too hard with their children?

We may think we can shape our offspring’s futures by micromanaging their childhoods, but history — and neuroscience — show that taking a loving step back could be more productive.

Ireland: shocking cases of parents abused

Ireland: shocking cases of parents abused

Elderly parents are being forced to take out protection orders against their adult children as they return to the family home, according to a campaign group.

Failing our children

Failing our children

In India, 33 million children in the age group of 0-18 years are working. Most of these children are engaged in the unorganised and un-regulated sector, making demand and availability of cheap labour an easy proposition.

Where were the parents?

Where were the parents?

When news broke two teenagers died and 17 others were wounded in a mass shooting at a Fort Myers (US) nightclub, many people blamed the parents of the victims. Blaming the parents for it loses sight of the real problem.

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