Alison Gopnik is a developmental psychologist and writer and Paula Flass is social historian. Two of them agree that parent should not "over-parent" or manage children too details. Parent have to stop arranging children activities and expecting big things from their kids also let them trough their own life with their way. Gopnik wrote in her book The Gardener and the Carpenter
and told people that "parent should be like gardeners, tending young shoots and providing fertile ground. Instead, many resemble carpenters, chiselling away at them to create an image of success that has little to do with their kids' wishes, talents or needs". By this way, kids can adapt in this unpredictable world. By making full schedule for the children it means parent rob the essential growth of their children. Flass also believe if the parent worry too much and always provide anything for their kids, they can not be an independent person and difficult to survive in the future.
Link : newscientist.com/article/mg23130874-500-the-kids-are-alright-if-you-leave-them-alone/