But I don't have the same respect for the coalition soldiers who always overprotect
Parents and care providers of children with disabilities may overprotect
the child to shield them from harm; however this can actually cause more damage.
The government has also acted as a protective role model for teachers and parents, so that everyone acts to overprotect
, overly support and arrange easy and secure outcomes for Arab youth.
But there may be a tendency to try to overprotect
someone you are romantically involved with.
To be clear, not all Muslims desire to "overprotect
" Muslim women.
Parents who overprotect
their children could be stifling their brain development and could even predispose them to future mental illness.
It's their own emotional need, however, that parents are heeding when they overprotect
their children even as they push them to the point of injury on the bail field: success, success, success.
Although concerns about safety are real and may be well-founded, they also can lead parents to overprotect
their children to an extent that is not helpful to the students' development.
If parents just swim with the tide (here it's easy to come down on the side of those salmon swimming upstream), they will overprotect
, overindulge, and over schedule their children.
General Motors is losing market share faster than you can say "Ron Zarrella." DaimlerChrysler has finally killed Plymouth and continues to overprotect
Mercedes from post-merger brand dilution.
A generation that is underprotected in childhood, for example, will tend to overprotect
its children when it comes to power.
But the Blue Ribbon crowd thinks that present environmental policies somehow overprotect
wildness and natural processes; that wilderness now has the upper hand; and that as a result "human beings are being sacrificed to the god of nature."