Wergin Clemens The Case For Free Range Parenting Analysis

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As a child, there is no better feeling than having the freedom to go out and do whatever it is you want. In the article, The Case for Free-Range Parenting by Wergin Clemens we come to find out a different method of parenting (permissive) than the one that was mentioned earlier. The author explains how a child should be able to go out and explore because that is how the child is going to learn new things by experiencing the things life has to offer. He would rather not bother her or get in the way of the things she wants to do simply because, if life throws her a curveball he wants her to learn on her own what to do and how to react towards it. Although, this article sparks a major controversy because parents are now more concerned about letting …show more content…
They are more likely to lead to depressed children. In Amy Chua Is A Wimp by David Brooks he explains the style of parenting that a kid should never go through. Basically, Amy Chua never gave the children freedom for her girls to do anything at all, it was always a no. She was a “my way or the highway” type of parent. Everything had to be exactly how she wanted it. “There is a reason Asian - American women between the ages of 15 and 24 have such high suicide rates” (Brooks 6). This goes to show that just one culture of females due to the strict parenting end their lives because their parents hold them to such a high standard to the point where they do not live their lives, it is rather more the parents living their lives for them which then can cause depression and low self esteem. They have no say in anything and it is unfortunate because one is brought into this life to live how to please. Everyone should have the right to make their own choices. Although Amy Chua’s girls did well academically, she kept them from experiencing the real world which hurts down the road. They spent their whole lives writing their story on paper but they lack to know what they are really

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