It’s that time of year again. Time to put up the bathing suites and get out the book bags. School is in session! For many parents this time can be a time of relief as they get their kids back into school and back on a routine. For other parents, this time can be stressful as they hustle to get everything ready for their kids to go back to school. Then there are other parents whose anxiety starts to build
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Has this ever happened to you or someone you know? Child: “Mom we need to go to the store tonight! My project is due tomorrow and I need a poster board and some construction paper!” Parent: “How long have you known about this project?” Child: “They told us two weeks ago, but I don’t see what that has to do with anything.” Parent: “You have known for two weeks and you just now tell me! I can’t take you tonight.
School can be very stressful for a parent and for a child. This is especially true if your child is having behavior problems or not doing their school work. It can be a vicious cycle: the child is having a hard time at school, the teacher expresses these concerns to the parent, the parent gets frustrated reacting in a punitive or harsh way and the child continues to do poorly. The first step in breaking the cycle is to take
The following is a clip was taken from an interview with Shiloh Lundahl, LCSW, for the show Joy in Our Town . This show aired In August, 2012 on channel 21. How parents can help their kids achieve school success Shiloh Lundahl, LCSW teaches parenting classes in Mesa, Arizona. Please click here to learn more about the classes he teaches.