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Being supportive and involved is the role of a normal parent. A helicopter parent is one which is over-involved in the child's life. It seems like your article is describing a normal parent.
A study in the Journal of Child and Family Studies contradicts the study your article cited.
It is not good for the development of a child when a parent is involved to the point that the child has little independence and does not have to or have the opportunity to make decisions for itself.
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