overprotection


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overprotection

Limitation of the behavior or autonomy of another person due to excessive concern for that person's safety or ability to function independently.
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The study categorised behaviours like abuse/neglect, maladaptive parenting and overprotection as negative parenting behaviour.
interpretations have led to substantial overprotection of the copyright
of overprotection is to directly build heterogeneity into the copyright
In particular, it is important to investigate if overprotection results from good intentions combined with misguided decision making or from the fact that some individuals might use their knowledge of financial services to their advantage by securing higher potential benefits (or achieving other goals).
Throughout their lives, people with disabilities are going to face discrimination, low expectations, pity, overprotection, and isolation on a regular basis when interfacing with society.
Also, as I discuss in note 24, above, the rule against content discrimination is best understood as strategic overprotection against viewpoint discrimination.
Jordi& Alonso (2008) found that a lack of care from mother is related to all types of anxiety disorders as well as excessive maternal overprotection.
They did, however, distinguish the contributions of mothers' and fathers1 spirituality, hypocrisy, care, and overprotection to children's attachment to God.
irony of this overprotection is that the more we shelter our children, the less capable they become of looking after themselves.
As articulated by the artist Makan Emadi, whose work is featured on this issue's cover, the treatment of the female form in the sex industry and in terms of Muslim dress are "contradictory but lead to the same ultimate result: overexposure as well as overprotection can both be forms of objectification and in turn contribute to the marginalization of women.
The test must be effective at determining whether a false endorsement exists, because overprotection of property rights may be just as socially deleterious as underprotection.