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How Do you FEEL about Homeschooling High School?


Let's talk about real feelings.  How do you feel when you think about homeschooling high school?  Do any of these words sound familiar?

  • freaked out

  • terrified

  • hyperventilating

  • procrastinating

  • confused

  • stressed

  • overwhelmed

  • immobilized with fear

  • panicky

  • ready to run

  • obsessed

  • worried


Do any of these words describe what you are feeling?  Thinking about homeschooling high school can make you feel uncomfortable.  But what you really need is some down-to-earth advice.  High school is not really terrifying.  It's just a new beginning.

My goal is to convince you that you will WIN this battle over fear and become a confident parent of your homeschooled teen!  Learn how to begin high school, so you won't panic and throw in the towel.



Learn how to homeschool with confidence with my Preparing to  Homeschool High School DVD.  It will help take the fear away.
College visits are like job interviews
Can we get real?
 

Comments 2

Guest - J W on Saturday, 15 October 2011 20:07

OK. Done. Had to log a field trip and no less than six (read in as many weeks) adult nonfiction books related to the field my child wants to go into. So now I'm not feeling "procrastinatingish" and I can reward myself with watching a movie. 1995 "Pride and Prejudice." Oh, drat, I should be counting that too because my child watches it with me. Now we're back to procrastinating again...

OK. Done. Had to log a field trip and no less than six (read in as many weeks) adult nonfiction books related to the field my child wants to go into. So now I'm not feeling "procrastinatingish" and I can reward myself with watching a movie. 1995 "Pride and Prejudice." Oh, drat, I should be counting that too because my child watches it with me. Now we're back to procrastinating again...
Guest - J W on Saturday, 15 October 2011 19:36

Procrastination. So I should quit reading this blog and get some recordkeeping done, LOL!

Procrastination. So I should quit reading this blog and get some recordkeeping done, LOL!
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