A talented tutor who can work with him both in math and in writing might help him feel successful again. Kathy from Lancaster, PA, writes: It made me afraid.
He is very skilled in building video games and seems to be his passion. I am worried that my very intelligent son will not be successful in school. Or anything else that might help.
Last night ended up with yelling and hurt feelings because he did not want to watch a movie with the rest of the family but insisted on coming in several times to ask what was going on and to make comments. If I had a choice between two equally good schools, one coed and the other a single-sex school, I would consult my values and try to choose a school that was the best fit for my child.
Anon My son sounds exactly like yours and I used to worry about his social life.
Question the councilor asked us: So I really beleive getting help for you daughter is something to consider seriously. The school thinks he might have selective mutism.
Dear Libby, I agree with you that boys and girls need to learn about one another so that, as men and women, they can get along better. Do they like the school and want to stay there, or would a school closer to home be a better option?
She has seen what her potential peers are intersted in and instead she has chosen very normal-her-age activities to participate in while holding down an impressive GPA. I remember high school being a laboratory for relationships, friendships, exploration.
My son is afraid to step foot in the school. He needs to know that he can come back from being ferocious and find a loving mother there to comfort him. Your kids may also not be as social as you are, and given that the daily grind is wearing them down, they choose to be asocial. Get him some drums to pound on.
You deserve and need your own village.My H is a high school teacher he's heard it way too many times as well. Particularly frustrating when he makes himself available everyday during lunch and after school for help, and provides many opportunities to improve a grade throughout the semester.
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K Views 0 Comments 1 Likes. Have you ever had an insensitive teacher? Although the teacher in the video sounds very knowledgeable, she does make one mistake when teaching Paula.
I end my essay with a fourth section that is about time management.
Many students make a decision on their education themselves, and then identify their goals because success in college starts with making a decision and identifying their goals/5(2). My son is in second grade, and his teachers are eager for me to seek a diagnosis of ADHD for him, and seem to be advocating for medication.
We, his parents, don't want to start down that path yet, particularly the medication. Non-Social Teens & Pre-Teens.
I am worried that my beautiful niece will grow into adulthood thinking change is not necessary and never learning to TRY and get over her fears. She doesn't have anxiety by the way and if she is depressed its not obvious.
My daughter is the complete opposite and travels in many different close knit groups. I apologize for failing to complete the assignment and understand that regardless of my circumstances I am still at fault.
That said, this particular assignment grade will definitely skew my grade average for your class (if it's just going to lower your grade)/ prevent me from passing your class.Download