Transition from High School

Featured Article: No Phone Calls, No Emails, No Texts

“Turns out getting all wound up about my kids’ compulsive phone use was actually a cover for my own incessant communication addiction. I’m as bad as they are.

It hit me this summer when my 14-year-old son took a two-week backpacking trip in the Wyoming wilderness. Apparently the National Outdoor Leadership School doesn’t buy the benefits of unimpeded parent-child communications. ‘No news is good news,’ they told me.

Huh?”… Read more.

What happens when your student can’t communicate with you? It’s not as bad as you might think. Read the rest of Robin Noble’s funny and sweet article “No Phone Calls, No Emails, No Texts” on one of our favorite parenting blogs, Grown and Flown. Robin is a UniversityParent featured writers, and we love her personable stories from a mother’s perspective. Congratulations on being featured on Grown and Flown, Robin!

Read “No Phone Calls, No Emails, No Texts” here, and check out some of Robin’s other essays:

 

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A high school parent’s wish list for senior year

It’s here. The one-year countdown to my firstborn’s high school graduation. It suddenly seems real and inevitable that the person at the center of the family universe for 17 years won’t be eating or sleeping here much longer… Read more.

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Caring for your high school senior’s health

August to December is a high stakes time for high school seniors, and life can run amok in highs and lows… Read more.

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Senior fall and the college search

The myth that juniors have it hardest in high school comes crashing down on many seniors about two weeks into the fall semester… Read more.

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