Dating. Just one simple word is enough to strike fear in thousands of parents across the nation.
About Kay OrrKay Orr is a Jesus follower, wife of over 25 years to Chris, a MomStrong mom to five, and Founder and CEO of Love of Logistics. She believes we are all warriors in a battle to guard our children in a world that demands their every attention.
What if it’s your curriculum that’s a little too confusing, a little too difficult or not quite the right grade level? Do we simply chalk up the first six weeks of the semester to a failed purchase, or is there a way to turn something that’s not quite right into a workable option for the rest of the semester?
We know that our teens have unique strengths but it’s painstakingly hard to wait for those to reveal themselves. So how do we determine what those gifts are so we can shape them into usable tools for life?
When should we begin to train them to juggle the challenges of a job? Would we adversely affect their education in the process? Did the bonus of financial gain outweigh what they could learn about work at home? These were great questions, but ones to which I had no answers. So we began to search.
Is it our nature to be compassionate or something we are taught through our upbringing? Kay Orr takes a look at compassion and how we can help our teens develop this necessary character trait.
Life after high school can sometimes feel awkward for students living at home while attending an online college. Let’s look at a few ways to successfully help your online college student find community.