Julie Lythcott-Haims

“The mountain climber takes pride in planting his flag at the top because it took a lot to get there. If he took a helicopter it wouldn’t feel the same. In facilitating success parents are paradoxically guaranteeing that a kid can’t achieve it on his own.1 —David McCullough Jr., teacher, Wellesley High School, author of You Are Not Special: and Other Encouragements Compared”


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