Coping through Covid: Back to School Edition for Parents, Educators & Students
Back to School has a whole new meaning this year for millions of students, parents and educators. Whether we’re distance learning, home schooling, or in the classroom there’s SO much to digest and SO many emotions involved.
Renee Collins, teacher, parent and ambassador of goodness joins me for this week’s episode. We talk about the anxiety and stress involved with the decisions we are forced to make as parents as well as the significance of having a supportive and encouraging tribe. Renee shares how complicated our current situation really is, the importance of utilizing compassion in all we do and how critical it is to look beyond our own personal bubble.
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