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How do we encourage our kids to work hard while keeping school achievement hype in perspective? How do we balance supporting our kids without micromanaging them? In Episode 149, Asha & Christine share their evolving experiences as parents of high school- and college students, and give parents permission to pause, breathe, and remember that education is much bigger than school.
Resources mentioned in this episode
- Minimalist Parenting (our book)
- Advocating for your kid in school when you really want the teacher to like you (real talk from Asha)
- Christine’s library haul including These Truths by Jill Lepore
- Episode 125: Serendipity Space [Rebroadcast]
- Episode 121: Choosing The Right College [guest interview with Lisa Heffernan]
- Episode 83: Editing End Of School Year Chaos [Rebroadcast]
- Episode 81: Reducing High School + College Stress [guest interview with Gabrielle Blair]
- Episode 51: Sane Sports Parenting
- Episode 48: Easing Back To School Transitions
- Episode 30: Parenting Passionate Kids
- Episode 29: Editing Extracurricular Pressure
- Episode 10: How To Handle Homework
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