Thoughts for the Summer: Guilt


Often summer is a time of guilt for families with children who have learning differences, even mild ones.  Some of the questions I hear as a therapist include:

 How should we juggle vacation, camps, therapy/tutoring? Should I let my child drop tutoring for the summer because he needs a break from so much school work?  If I do, will he fall further behind or lose all he learned this past year?  What about my other children?  They need a “normal” summer with activities focused on them for a change! What about me?  I have worked hard all year trying to keep things running smoothly! 

Guilt: What to do with it? Do you have suggestions?

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