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How to Have Happy Teens

How to Have Happy Teens
Great stories in the news, providing tips on "How to Have Happy Teens." How to Have Happy Teens Study: Homeschoolers Happier, Better-Adjusted in CollegeThe authors also report that "they [homeschoolers] have achieved greater academic success and...rate their college experience more positively" than traditionally-schooled counterparts. In a telephone interview, Cohen said the study results reflect that homeschoolers' support structure - such as family relationships - is stronger and more defined.Read Heartlander Kids Who Sleep More Cope BetterI...
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You Can Homeschool High School and Still Sleep in Heavenly Peace

You Can Homeschool High School and Still Sleep in Heavenly Peace
Panic happens.  Filled with concerns, I would lay in bed and worry about curriculum choices, scheduling conflicts, record keeping problems, and teenage angst.  I'm fairly certain that I'm not alone in my stress about homeschooling high school.  I listen to enough parents when I'm consulting or online to know this is still an issue for parents.  Is this one of those things about "increasing our pain in childbirth?"  Does that pain extend into our child's young...
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Guest — Katherine
Dear Lee, Thanks for your reminder! Standardized testing has really helped me relax about homeschooling. Before I started testin... Read More
Wednesday, 04 February 2009 03:32
Guest — Lee
Maybe I should just confess right now that I have a *huge* sleep need, and my kids tease me about it all the time! Blessings, Lee... Read More
Saturday, 31 January 2009 20:00
Guest — Lee
I'm glad it helped, Andrea! Blessings, Lee
Saturday, 31 January 2009 19:55
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NEWSFLASH! Teenagers can be hard to deal with!

NEWSFLASH!  Teenagers can be hard to deal with!
Teenagers are hard.  They can often be unmotivated, self-centered, messy, and tired.  As a nurse, I know that some of that is because of their age.  Did you know that the average teen needs 8-10 hours of sleep each night?  And yet they tend to be completely resistant to sleep.There's a problem in those two facts!But as much trouble as they are, having them at home can be a huge help.  At home they can get...
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Guest — Laura
The scary part is that once they go away to college, they won't have any loving parents to keep them from acting on their lack of ... Read More
Saturday, 17 January 2009 19:08
Guest — Lee
Christy, One day we'll be old and gray. Very, VERY gray. Then we will know we have survived :-) Blessings, Lee... Read More
Friday, 16 January 2009 19:37
Guest — christy
"thanks," she said in a tone that didn't sound as if she was convinced.
Friday, 16 January 2009 17:03
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With my impecable 20/20 hindsight, I wish I would have had long, long talks and intense reading assignments about the importance of SLEEP!!  My sons have not given me a drop of concern about drugs, sex, violence, or even healthy eating.  Now that they are in college, the place where they seem to be dropping the ball is SLEEP.Teach your babies the value of SLEEP.  It can help you think, it can make you nicer, it...
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Guest — Lee
Jan, Jan, Jan! You must know my kids! They do ALL those things! I have absolutely positively NO ideas about getting my college ... Read More
Wednesday, 07 May 2008 06:00
Guest — Jan
This is all so true! My ds has been taking all nighters before every major test this year (his freshman year in college). He eve... Read More
Tuesday, 06 May 2008 18:36
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