Bossy mothers may limit children's creativity, study shows

02/8/2013 | Daily Mail (London), The

Mothers who were highly directive during playtime were more likely to be resented by their children, University of Missouri researchers reported in the journal Parenting: Science and Practice. Correcting children in play may stifle their creativity, but being a warm and caring parent can cancel out some of the negative effects of being bossy, the study found.

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