You are learning to advocate for yourself, and I am proud of that, too. You’ve accepted the fact that your child is taller than you, and you’ve (almost) convinced her that taller does not equal smarter.” But don’t take it personally if your child continues to keep you in the dark about much of his school life.“Parents should not overly pressure for answers they are not easily given,” Parks says.Many of these things you still work on, and will continue to.
Three months have gone by, and I am so proud to say that not once during that entire time did the school have to call me about any behavioral issues. You set your sights on a goal and you worked to achieve it.
Petty feuds may play out as melodramatic soap operas and lead to broken friendships.
Kids at this age, especially girls, tend to crave a best friend, but that best friend may change often.
On your own, you figured that out, and you initiated a plan to be able to go back there, so that you could graduate with your peers.
Five months ago, you told me that you wanted to try some medication that would help regulate your behavior so that you could go back to the middle school.