Just read a post on the Motherlode blog over on NYTimes.com by a psychologist about the unintended harm that parents do to their children when they make their child "the exception to every rule", meaning they try to bend the rules to spare their children.
As she points out, there is new research that suggests that a big indicator of adult happiness is childhood conscientiousness.
You can read the full post here.
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