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Parenting Without Fear: Letting Go of Worry and Focusing on What Really Matters

Clinical psychologist Donahue presents the novel idea that parents should do less, not more, for their children and argues that parents' fears are holding kids back from developing self-reliance and independence. According to Donahue, parents mainly fear letting go, not doing enough, and unstructured time. He takes readers through these topics one by one, helping parents teach their children to be independent, cooperative, respectful, mindful, imaginative and curious, and to develop compassion for others.