Should You Be A Tiger Parent When It Comes To Managing Your Kids’ Tech Lives?

In late 2010, Amy Chua introduced the world to the idea of extreme (aka ‘Tiger’) parenting in her book ‘The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother’. Any notion of a loving feline protecting her cubs instantly vanished – the tiger parent was now super intense, ultra-strict and very outcome focused!

In her controversial book, Amy explains how she used a very strict child-rearing model when raising her two daughters in America. She didn’t allow the girls to have sleepovers, watch TV or choose their own activities. They were also expected to never get anything less than A’s in their grades at school as she believed it is the parent’s responsibility to ensure their children’s academic achievement above everything else.

Now, I am not a Tiger mother – I think having four children excludes me from that title instantly! But I am a believer in helping your children be the best…

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