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How to survive child leaving for college

how to survive child leaving for college Here are a few tips to help you adjust if you are sending your child off to college for the first time.

1. Reassure your child that they will be fine on their own at college. Though your child may act ready to leave and excited to start this new adventure, there is sure to be a little anxiety and apprehension. If you show your child that you are confident that he or she will succeed, it will help make them feel more confident also.

2. Don't draw out the goodbyes. The most difficult part of beginning college is often the final goodbye, right after the dorm room has been set up and everything is unpacked. Make it as quick and painless as possible -- like ripping off a bandage. There will be tears -- yours and theirs -- but that's ok. Don't be hard on yourself or your child for feeling so much emotion.

how to survive child leaving for college Saying goodbye to your college-bound kids - TODAY.com

how to survive child leaving for college How to say goodbye when your child leaves home - The Guardian

Comments

  1. Jaqogodiroh

    Avery is the sweetest child! I just love how she said goodbye Carly!

  2. Feqiteyirevol

    Can twitter please stop telling acacia brinley how to raise her own damn child

  3. Yuyericokec

    Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. - Pablo Picasso

  4. Sixirufazakeb

    Then you, too, have a child-like mind. How do you deal with actual problems

  5. Hohorugogeve

    When asking year ones how they thought they would change as they grew up, I once had a child answer "I"ll grow wings"

  6. Mivigope

    Tell them how funding is impacting your child"s school. Bring your letters to the assembly on Worthing beach 26/05/17

  7. Zovoxefeqeb

    William: your page suggests U bought into the child sex ring/pizza gate lie that cernovich made up; how about a library card

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