Do you have unhappy teens who wish they were “normal” and not homeschooled? How do we, as parent educators, deal with those types of conflict? Let’s get out our dissection kits and break it down a bit.
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.
Maybe you’ve heard of students having a “gap year” before going off to college. Here are some ideas for creating a gap year that really inspires your student for the future.
Wow, this is a fabulous article from Kay and is SO encouraging. I wanted to put her opening line here in this description, but I’m not going to spoil it. Read it for yourself if you need some encouragement this week for getting back in the groove.
I often wonder what goes through the minds of my boys when I say, “We’ve got to
It’s such a challenge to love our teens through their decisions when we foresee danger or difficulty in them. In part two, Kay explains what she and her husband have learned - including the topics of technology and friendships.
Parenting teens can be crazy hard, crazy rewarding, and just plain crazy too. This two-part series deals with our response as parents to the times when our teens make decisions that aren’t what we expected.
Sometimes a family graduation ceremony and celebration can be way more fun than a class ceremony! Here are some ideas for making an amazing special occasion for your teen.