Where Does Helicopter Parenting Make Sense? Football
Joyce Park stashed this in The Sporting Life
“Our brain is really who we are,” Butler wrote. “In this society, in this time, if your brain has been altered, you have been fundamentally altered.”
I have heard that soccer players get the most concussions, just because everyone thinks soccer is a non-violent sport and therefore the scrutiny isn't there.
There is a big, big difference between "helicopter parenting" and not wanting your kid to suffer repeated concussions
No one wants their kid to suffer repeated concussions. Where's the line?
I don't see how the term "Helicopter Parenting" belongs in this article at all. Helicoptering is much more than being overprotective and it can lead to psychological problems in kids later in life.