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The Psychology of Letting Go (with a Success Story)

The Psychology of Letting Go (with a Success Story)
Letting go is tough. It's even tougher when you are a homeschool parent. Being with our children 24 hours a day provides its struggles, yes, but it provides such great joy, as well! There can be success along the way. Joyce and I have worked together for years as part of my Gold Care Club, getting all her homeschool records tidy. It was by far one of the most challenging situations I've seen. Her daughter had...
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Guest — Lee
I'm so glad this helped you! Thanks for sharing. Lee
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 08:48
Guest — Homeschool Mom
I am almost to this stage, and this post was very helpful! Thank you so much for sharing this valuable information!
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 07:41
Guest — Robin
I love you Lee!
Tuesday, 30 August 2016 12:04
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4 Critical Legal Documents Parent Need Before College

4 Critical Legal Documents Parent Need Before College
After all there years of parenting, it's a shock to the system to realize you need to get your child's permission in writing to discuss their health, ...
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Lee Binz
You're welcome, Chris! Glad you found it helpful. ~Anita, Assistant to The HomeScholar
Thursday, 16 August 2018 17:04
Guest — Chris
really practical and useful info that all parents of teens need. Thanks for posting this.
Thursday, 16 August 2018 10:45
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We Raise Successful Adults, Then Let Go

We Raise Successful Adults, Then Let Go
I notice that my close friends are dealing with children going off for college, and that letting go stage is so difficult!  I'm also "letting go" too! My son and daughter-in-law in Cambodia for a two week trip to provide Vacation Bible School with Cambodia Border Ministry.  Please pray for my adult kids - it's so weird to have them gone!  Prayers for safety and health are particularly appreciated - since I'm the mom and a nurse!But...
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Guest — JW
Praying for your "kids!"
Monday, 26 August 2013 08:32
Guest — sheryl roberts
Lee, How amazed I was this morning when I opened up this email. I have been following you for over a year now. , and was pleasan... Read More
Sunday, 25 August 2013 17:49
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