Attachment as Important at School as at Home

by Rita Brhel on October 17, 2011

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Likely your children or grandchildren were looking forward to starting school after the long, hot summer, equipped with their new books and school supplies. No doubt, you too are hoping that their enthusiasm about learning will last. All too often, not far into the school year, children complain about too much homework, teachers not being fair, boring classes, bullying on the playground, and the list goes on. What, if anything, can we do to help our children look forward to school and keep their natural bias to learn and grow? Israeli parenting educator Shoshana Hayman answers on The Attached Family online magazine at
http://theattachedfamily.com/membersonly/?p=2867

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Rita Brhel (148 Posts)

Rita Brhel, CLC, API Leader, is the Executive Editor for Attachment Parenting International. She lives with her husband, Mike, and 3 children, ages 9, 8 and 4, near Hastings, NE, USA, where she works as a WIC Breastfeeding Counselor. She also writes for various publications, including Mothering and La Leche League's New Beginnings.


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