The overall purpose of this study was to explore the child-rearing values and mentalities in modern families. The 'Helicopter Parents' and 'Parents worry that their children lose the race at the starting line' could be obvious indexes to explore it. This paper focuses on the phenomenon of ”helicopter parents” and ”parental anxiety about their children losing at the starting point.”Firstly, the data was collected by the cluster sample, the method of questionnaire and literature analysis. Secondly, this study utilized seven approaches of child-rearing values by using factor analysis in SPSS, and those were ”inter-communication,” ”authority,” ”versatile child,” ”tender solicitude,” ”let child go independently,” ”actively participate,” and ”on behalf of their child.” Thirdly, ”versatile child,” ”tender solicitude,” and ”authority” were the valid variables in the regression model of the ”parental anxiety about their children losing at the starting point;” ”versatile child” and ”tender solicitude” were the valid variables in the regression model of the ”parents who are self-affirmed of their parenting abilities.” On the other side, the ”inter-communication” was the only valid variable in the regression model of the ”satisfaction of relationships between parents and children”.This study explored the thoughts and practices of these parents under these three regression models. To sum up, parents used one method to express their ”love,” that is, they tried their best to provide children a lot of chances for their children to become successful in the future. Therefore, parenting was developed into a more commercializing way. Parents did not usually rear children severely under this kind of ”love” and expectation; rather, they tended to express their tender solicitude, on behalf of their child, and expected inter-communication with their children at the same time. These values and mentalities were the psychosocial foundation of difficult parenting and devoted parents in some modern families.