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Homeschooling is hard enough. But what happens when you suspect a learning disability? It is clear that something is wrong － you just don’t know what it is.
Every single homeschool family has to figure out how to relate productively to extended family and friends who are not homeschoolers.
How can we respond to their questions and input without getting defensive or making mountains out of molehills?
Our homeschool daughters are growing up in a challenging, opinionated, pressure-packed world.
What do they need from the homeschool experience?
We love our homeschool sons. But let’s be honest, we all hit significant bumps along the road of homeschooling them. Don’t we?
Is it possible that we moms are causing the problem?
What do they need from us?
There is no clear-cut formula, no dress pattern, for being a homeschool dad.
So what does a supportive homeschool dad really look like?
The homeschool path is a hard one to walk for a people-pleaser.
How can we stop being overly concerned with what others think?
Homeschool ≠ Doing School at Home
Does a standard approach guarantee academic success? Acceptance to a good college? Landing that first job? Building a successful career?
What happens if you get out of the traditional education box?