Over the past couple of weeks, I have seen countless memes and S.O.S. posts flooding social media about homeschooling. I have also had several parents reach out to me asking for advice on what to do.
All at once parents across the country have become child-care providers, teachers, and work-from-home employees; they are feeling overwhelmed. I am here to say, "you are completely right to be overwhelmed." I'm also here to say, "I can help!"
First, always remember that you are not alone. Try to model patience, empathy, and kindness. We should always model for our children how we want them to handle situations. Change is hard for everyone, but it is important to show your children how you can be resilient and kind to yourself. It's okay to admit that it's hard and everyone gets emotional at times.
Here's some tips on how to tackle homeschooling, virtual school, e-schooling, and our new normal:
My goal is to provide parents with research based information and professional advice to allow children to grow, learn, heal and THRIVE. Ultimately, I want you to ENJOY being a parent and for you and your children to benefit from being happy and healthy.