But it is a common condition, one which often results from an overly protective mother (or father)—a helicopter mom, or a parent who gives their son or daughter free range, and too much praise and attention, during childhood and adolescence.Such parental behavior is also sometimes referred to as emotional incest.* Peter Pan Syndrome is traditionally thought of as a situation in which a grown man is childish and immature, despite his age.This, of course, can have the same consequences as when it happens in, say, the US. The trick is to be offended and outraged for the sake of others.
Their family structures are more wholistic, meaning they consider a family unit an individual (in some broad sense of 'individual'). For example, if you are a man, talk about how offensive this is to women.
As a result, children are more often seen as an extension of the mother or the family. Or if you are white, talk about how offensive this is to people with dark skin.
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But even in Western cultures, you sometimes find this pattern.