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Rethinking the Mini-Me Ideal: Parenting in the Age of Individuality

From the moment a child is born, many parents entertain visions of a “mini-me”—a smaller version of themselves, equipped with similar interests, talents, and even personalities. While it’s natural to see oneself in one’s offspring, the expectation that children will become carbon copies can lead to disappointment, strain relationships, and ultimately hinder a child’s individual […]

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