It's natural to want to protect your children from pain, and of course you'll want to share the benefit of your own hard-earned wisdom. But going overboard with worry may only increase your child's anxiety and be a projection of your own experience.
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We are just starting the second week of school and so far she has had a meltdown every single morning. Last year it took almost six weeks for her to settle in. Any suggestions for helping her adjust?
This article was written by teen reporters from The Mash, a weekly publication distributed to Chicagoland high schools.
By Andres Luz, Whitney Youn...
There is nothing quite like the feeling of being made to feel invisible.
School-itis is a powerful overwhelming fear; the student simply cannot be in the school building under regimentation.
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