Time to Get Back to Our (New) Normal

Julie Laing & Bill Christy

After so many months of “will they or won’t they go back to school” and weighing all of the options and outcomes, we are all set to return to Solebury, be it virtually or in person. The truth is, so many of us have lost our routines and our kids in particular have probably been off of their track for so long they may struggle a little bit to get back on. We should all expect some pushback and struggle, but now is the time to begin getting back to routines, schedules and definitely some better sleep hygiene. Here is an article that we hope is helpful in terms of getting the teenagers in your home back into the zone of being a student. We would like to add that this will probably not be a simple process for any of us but we can model with our own behavior, talk with our kids about the importance of this and mostly use patience while helping them to transition back into the real world.

 

 https://childmind.org/article/helping-kids-back-school-routine/ 

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