Why You Should Not Over-Protect Your Child
Channel: Muhammad Alshareef
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The believer is like a, like a young sapling, right? A young plant, right that that plant, right when it blows in the wind, right? It's going to bend this way in that way. And the disbelievers like a pine tree, right, it seems really solid rooted. But man, when it gets pushed a little bit, it'll just collapse and will fall. Right. And this, to me is the metaphor of resiliency. You know, another another, like human example, I live in California, right? So earthquakes are common where I live, right. Our houses are built to be much more resilient to earthquakes, we use steel and wood structures, you might use bricks elsewhere. But bricks in an earthquake are incredibly flimsy, and
they just collapse, right? So I always tell parents is look, you need to think about the long term that you want your because your kids will face stressors, they will face psychological stressors, physical stressors, all kinds of intellectual challenges and the world that we live in. And if you don't prepare them to be resilient enough to take on, those blows are going to receive in college and high school, in their relationships, perhaps in whatever setting it might be. You're setting your kids up for failure. So the excessive bubble wrapping our modern culture does with our kids, right? We kind of shield them from any possible bad outcome. It's actually in the disservice of our
kids healthy long term resiliency and development