Of course I make them go.
But all last week my dd9 has been sick she had all day yesterday (Sunday) to feel a little better.
This morning she's like I don't want to go to school, I'm like you have to go to school. What's wrong?
She says she does not want to be taken out of her class (she is taking special ed) in reading and math for an hour a day. I tell her she needs to show the teacher that she does not need this class if she shows her she can do the work. I'm not sure if she understood but I had to take her to school and told her to have a great day and that mommy loves her. Try to have a smile on bc people can tell when you having a bad day.
Just feeling bad for my dd9 :/
Asked by Anonymous at 8:47 AM on Oct. 22, 2012 in Tweens (9-12)
I take them to school anyway.
I don't really have any good suggestions for the other part. I am sure it's hard to feel different, although it's more common that most think. I have a good friend that has a DD that has problems with math and the sequencing in reading. She needs extra help and she goes to a tutor for help as well. Sometimes people just need a little extra help in certain areas to find a way to make sense of what they are working on. Of course, that doesn't help in the here and now.
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