“It’s the most extreme way to remove obstacles for your kid not only so they succeed, but so they won’t have to face being rejected or not meeting a goal they want to reach and all those things that come with failure,” Dr. Stephanie Samar, a clinical psychologist at the Mood Disorders Center of the Child Mind Institute told “GMA.” “We’d have to know more detail to tell if this is lawnmower parenting or not, but on a much broader scale.”