My daughter loved the classic Curious George books when she was about two. Those stories are from another time when parents apparently had nothing to do. Each runs at least fifty pages. Fifty pages. To make matters worse, she had memorized the stories, which meant I couldn’t fudge it and skip over large swaths of text.
Somewhere between Generation X and millennial movement, school has become so much more involved for parents, and so much more complex than it used to be.
It’s hard being an anxious kid. You already have to worry about making friends and doing well in school, and then you add anxiety? It doesn’t seem fair.
If your kid is between 8 and 12 years old then you've got a Tween and you’ve got your work cut out for you!