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Are You Afraid of the Worst-Case Scenario in Your Homeschool?

Are You Afraid of the Worst-Case Scenario in Your Homeschool?
Are You Afraid of the Worst-Case Scenario in Your Homeschool? Six months before I first started homeschooling, I was stricken with severe dizziness and the doctors did tests to see if I had a brain tumor or multiple sclerosis. As I lay on my spinning-yet-stationary couch, I wondered how I would be able to homeschool in my condition. But knowing the situation in the public school, I was aware that SICK OR NOT, I could still...
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Guest — char
Lee, I think it would be a very good idea for you to publish a worst-case scenario homeschool survival handbook. Perhaps some of... Read More
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 22:16
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
That's a terrific idea, Char! Blessings, Robin Assistant to The HomeScholar
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 11:55
Guest — DebbS
I think one of the best things about homeschooling is that your child is learning real life. There are times when our best laid pl... Read More
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 06:46
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Tears of a Homeschooling Parent

Tears of a Homeschooling Parent
I have known a handful of parents who are always confident in their abilities and mission and good for them; I'm glad someone is able to always be strong! But it wasn't that way for me - sometimes I lacked homeschool confidence. I had moments of uncertainty and doubt and there were times when I cried. Almost all of my homeschool friends have also had tough times.This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but...
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Guest — Karen
Thanks to you Lee, and to Wendy for sharing this. I can so relate. It's encouraging to be reminded that others understand and God ... Read More
Thursday, 30 May 2013 21:38
Guest — Pam
I feel very blessed to read this today. I know I'm not the only one who despairs in this hs journey sometimes, but sometimes it fe... Read More
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 21:49
Guest — Lee
Lois, There can be some difficult, difficult times. Remember that joy comes in the morning - and it WILL get better, even though... Read More
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 13:46
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