It’s Labor Day weekend. The first window to get to check in, lay eyes on them, hug them.
Except not this year cause #COVID.
You get the call or text that they are miserable. Alone. Don’t know how to connect.
You just want to go get them, hug them, call the RA or roommate to help.
Episode 30- 7 Important Deadlines you’ve got to know
I’m sharing my top 7 important deadlines you’ve got to know and why.
If you’d like a pretty printable to add your dates to and hang it on the fridge, just head over here.
Episode 29- Hello, my name is Lesa and I’m a helicopter mom
On this episode I’m sharing…
Three areas you can “help” them with that will make you the cool mom
Or Tips for success
Whether you are a tech savvy momma or can barely text... this episode is for you.
Don’t give away all these tips at once to your student. Instead check them out and then drop a tip here and there. You’ll gain credibility :)
2. Time management apps
This week I share some advice from a student, advice from a faculty member and a few things to consider before charging you to write a letter to your college student.
Let me be clear, I am not a therapist or psychologist. I’m a mom that has done a lot of work on my own mind so I can be a better person, mom, wife, daughter, friend.
Why is putting our feelings into words beneficial? A brain imaging study by UCLA psychologists which appears in the journal Psychological Science, may give us the answer. Verbalizing our negative feelings makes excessive or persistent sadness, anger and pain less intense.
Do the work yourself to see.
When you recognize the feeling of uneasiness stop.
Either verbal label the feeling or write it down. “I am feeling anxious, nervous, uneasy, apprehensive.” You get my drift. According to science the response in your brain happens because you have...
While your student is no longer a toddler and under your roof 24/7 your attitude and behavior still influence them and how they think/respond.
How to help your college student by helping yourself.
I'm covering the top 6 categories of campus that will look different for fall 2020.