If you have children, you’re probably not short on people telling you how to raise your kids.
But how many of the critics can point to a time in history where parenting changed, and could then show how that change has impacted the young adults walking around the world today?
Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist and a Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University. In his book, The Coddling of the American Mind, he outlines how the changing nature of parenting has led to some long-term consequences that continue to affect adults today.
Jonathan outlines the key things parents are doing wrong, and how we can correct these mistakes for the future of the children we’re raising today.