When Parents Love Too Much

Laurie Ashner & Mitch Meyerson

“When Parents Love Too Much” explores the common problems of over-protection, guilt, low self-esteem, and family conflict that stem from excessive parental attachment. Overprotective parents inadvertently cause their children to develop into unhappy adults who struggle with forming intimate relationships and taking responsibility for their lives. The book uses case studies to illustrate how disabling excessive affection can be avoided. It emphasizes that overprotection and overindulgence (not genuine love) can hinder maturity while providing insights and remedies for overcoming these obstacles.

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