For most parents, the prospect of sending a teen off to college after high school comes with mixed emotions. It is natural to feel pride and excitement as you imagine your child’s future, while at the same time feeling immense sorrow at the thought of your child leaving home. Ultimately, high school students are young adults who need room to spread their wings, while being guided to make decisions that will serve them well in the years to come. Striking the right balance between helping your teen by being a resource for them and handling tasks and responsibilities for your student can lead to better outcomes as you all prepare for this next chapter. If you’re hoping to help your child advance and evolve into their best adult self, you’ll more than likely want to learn more toward the former. This is no easy task, so to learn more about the ways in which you can do this effectively, please see the resource covered alongside this post.
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