Sending your child off to college is not an easy thing. It is their first step into the world that is going to be adulthood for them. Being an adult is not easy and for parents, they want their kids to stay young forever. By not having kids, parents feel as if they have no one around or no duty around them. However, by being supportive and telling your kids to pursue their dreams they will be successful.

Key Takeaways:

  • Parents need to allow their offspring to grow at a rate that is normal for them and no one else.
  • Trust in the fact that your children are going to learn the things that they need to learn.
  • Being able to be a good parents means making sure that your family is well prepare for anything.

“Your Kid’s Gonna be Okay: Building the Executive Function Skills Your Child Needs in the Age of Attention by Michael Delman, M.Ed. is a great book for parents of middle and high school students to teach their kids the self-regulation skills necessary to meet academic goals.”

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/college-wellness/201809/three-essential-college-wellness-guides-parents