mother always worried

@ruth12 (49)
Philippines
July 12, 2007 4:55pm CST
i'm worried to my child he is not doing good in shool..what is your suggestions
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7 responses
• United States
13 Jul 07
Don't stress your son believe me he is stressed out enough. When we don't do good in school don't yell at us just say "I'm proud of you but I know that you can do much better". Another thing is to try and relieve the stress of school instead of letting it just keep piling up (this can have a very negative effect).
@cheodej (102)
• Germany
13 Jul 07
what i do to my kids is that when they come from school i let them eat then i let them make their homework before they get tired. one thing, i've made a house rules that states time and what they should do in that particular time and if ever they can't follow the rules they must have consequences and when they make good in the school they will have a surprise. try it and i hope it help also to you.
@ediths (115)
• Thailand
13 Jul 07
I think if a child is not doing good at school, you should have their all the time and encourage her but we must accept whether she is doing good or not because in that way she feel being loved and accepted though she is not doing good and in that way, she would feel that she needs to do better that what she's doing now
@wisconsin26 (3859)
• United States
13 Jul 07
When my son seems to be having problems with his home work i do tend to worry if he understands what he's doing.. I do ask him questions about if he's doing his work right and he sometimes not all the time says i need help.. when he tends to ask alot i do call his teacher to find out why he's having such troubles with simple home work.. Nomally his teacher tells me it's new material and alot of kids aren't understanding it very well.. So that could be it.. Why though would you think your child isn't doing good in school does he bring home his home work with bad grades or something?
@tuffy999 (794)
• Philippines
13 Jul 07
first ask your child if he has any problem and then go to the school and his teachers. then you can start doing something. worrying is not the solution. immediate attention is the solution.
@maehan (1445)
• United States
13 Jul 07
Have a talk with the teacher and understand where the problem lies. Then, you able to tackle the root cause.
@Cassy1976 (796)
• Australia
13 Jul 07
I never really did any good at school but that was because I never understood what they were talking about and because of the large classes that I was in the teachers never had the time to explain things to me, it was really frustrating for me, if you can afford to do it get your child a tutor, an education is the biggest thing that you can get in your life and if your child doesnt have a good one, how can he succeed in life.... do as much as you can to help him to achieve great things in his life!!! Talk to his teachers and find out what the problem is and help him to fix it