Glad I Saw It: I See You

It’s a few weeks into the school year, and for many students it feels like class and friends and expectations are getting settled. For other kids and their families there are stubborn wrinkles in academic and social circles that cause stress and occasional weeping over homework or Facebook posts. For some families, however, the modus operandi is flipped. Constant vigilance and anxiety over children’s needs being met is how the new school year starts — and continues. And for those families, I want to share what a friend posted on Facebook recently. You are not alone.




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Adjusting to car culture, dealing with leaving a career I loved, and spouting off along the way. #RESIST
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