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Safety in Homeschooling

People sometimes think that homeschooling can cause or prevent major issues from happening to their children.

 


Homeschooling can’t ensure complete safety of your child – things can still happen.  Homeschooling can’t ensure your child’s salvation – that is still a personal decision they make.  It’s can’t make them smarter, more polite, or more popular either – but the extra time spend in parenting can shape and mold their behavior to give you a better chance at sweet children.  It can’t even prevent them from making foolish decisions as adults.  Homeschooling can’t prove, solve, or make children anything – all that has to come from within.

There are no perfect schools or perfect teachers, and there won’t be a perfect homeschool or perfect homeschool teachers either.

The world is filled with flawed humans.  You can't always prevent bad things from happening.  Homeschooling will not solve every issue in society.  It can, however, give your child the best preparation to face society's issues with a solid foundation.



 
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Comments 3

Guest - J W on Thursday, 09 August 2012 21:31

Thank you for saying this! It takes a ton of weight off parents' shoulders.

Thank you for saying this! It takes a ton of weight off parents' shoulders.
Guest - Anissa on Tuesday, 07 August 2012 07:15

I whole heartedly agree. Human nature and choice control everything and results of those things are everywhere. Nothing is invincible. Foundation is imperative. It will be the springboard from which our children will jump. Thank you for stating that today and giving perspective for the parent mentors who may not have thought of this.

I whole heartedly agree. Human nature and choice control everything and results of those things are everywhere. Nothing is invincible. Foundation is imperative. It will be the springboard from which our children will jump. Thank you for stating that today and giving perspective for the parent mentors who may not have thought of this.
Guest - Tammy on Monday, 06 August 2012 20:37

THANK YOU for the reality check! I consistently read about the high-achieving success stories. While they make me feel good knowing it CAN happen, they also tend to increase my personal stress level in feeling I must create perfect children to prove myself and our decision to homeschool.

THANK YOU for the reality check! I consistently read about the high-achieving success stories. While they make me feel good knowing it CAN happen, they also tend to increase my personal stress level in feeling I must create perfect children to prove myself and our decision to homeschool.
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