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Homework A Parent’s Guide To Helping Out Without Freaking Out Neil McNerney, LPC www.neilmcnerney.com
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Students were asked: If you could tell your parent one thing about schoolwork and how they could be more helpful, what would it be? This is what they said…
Help only when I ask for it.
If I’m not freaking out, you don’t have to, either.
Keep my sister out of my room.
Don't nag me. I know I need to do it.
Back off when I don’t get an A.
Stop worrying about when I start my projects or when I finish them.
Don’t remind me about my projects every five minutes.
Encourage me rather than scold me.
Don’t tell me right when I get home from SEVEN HOURS OF SCHOOL to do more work. Give me a break, then I’ll do it.
I wish my parents understood that sometimes my friends ARE more important than homework
Stop checking the school website because you think I’m lying about my homework Trust me a little more
Stop making me redo math problems.
Trust me a little more. Even though I don’t want to, I will do my homework because I don’t want a lower grade.
Back off when I don’t get an A.
Trust me and let me do what I want. Trust me that I want to get good grades too.
Believe in me
Believe in me
Homework A Parent’s Guide To Helping Out Without Freaking Out Neil McNerney, LPC
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