Originally Posted By: Bostonian
I'm a little sensitive about the term Tiger Mother, but it appears that Harvard fears for the well-being of bright but uncompetitive children placed with Tiger Kids.

I got the opposite out of that. It seems to me they're more concerned about the competitive kids and the Tiger Kids.

Originally Posted By: Competitive Kids
A kid who got straight A’s and was going to get B’s wasn’t going to work if academic success is how they get self-esteem.

Originally Posted By: Tiger Kids
Kids who look in the mirror and they see Mom and Dad and the teacher and say to themselves, “What do they want me to do?” — it’s a very different feeling. That’s what you are trying to sort for. Have you figured out how to take control of your own life?