Homeschooling Through Crisis
Many of you homeschool in the midst of daunting circumstances. I get it. My husband was diagnosed with brain cancer when our boys were 7 and 9 years old. Our family has endured surgeries, treatment, and side effects alongside of him. At first, I seriously considered putting them in “school”… But then I realized what a gift it was that we were able to homeschool during this time. We could more easily keep an eye on their hearts — which was most important, right? And we could navigate the academics on our own terms. They are both doing well in college now, and my husband is a longterm survivor 🙏🙌🏻
My husband (who ironically doesn’t even like to read 🤷🏻♀️ ) wrote a book about our experience, and our sons and I each wrote a chapter as well. Much of it details how we homeschooled through crisis. You can find it here on Amazon.
If you are in that same boat and need tips or encouragement, please feel free to contact me here. As always, I offer low-stress evaluations in lieu of testing, because I understand that sometimes life is just hard 🤍
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