Over-scheduling Activities: Parents should strike a balance between structured activities and leisure time to prevent kids from feeling overwhelmed.

 Unrealistic Academic Expectations: Shifting the focus from perfection to effort can reduce academic pressure on children.

 Micromanaging Their Lives: Encouraging independence allows children to grow with confidence and less stress.

 Comparing Them to Others: Celebrating individuality rather than comparing kids to peers fosters self-esteem.

 Lack of Emotional Support: Creating an open and empathetic environment helps children cope with stress and builds strong parent-child bonds.