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Tiger parenting does more harm than good
Tiger parenting does more harm than good.
Tiger parenting is child abuse.
Tiger parenting is based on personal experiences rather than scientific research.
Tiger parenting harms the ability of children to form meaningful and lasting relationships.
Children who are raised by tiger parents are terrible at dealing with setbacks and failures in life.
Tiger parenting stifles creativity and individuality in children.
Tiger parenting ensures the child grows up to be mature and successful.
While tiger parenting has been marketed by
as a common practice amongst Chinese families in contrast to sloppy Western parenting, this cultural context is dubious.
Tiger parenting teaches children to be disciplined in life.
Tiger parenting makes life easier for the parent.
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