If Children want to go to, or do, “Traditional” School

Though I struggled w/ the thought of them returning to “traditional” school…I eventually realized honoring and Trusting their intuition Empowers them to Trust their intuition…and that is one of the principles that drew me to this Lifestyle in the first place..G returned to “traditional” school 3 years ago, in the last 6 weeks of 8th grade, after not having been there since the end of 1st grade…back in February of this year(2020, while in her Junior year), she made an executive decision that she would be done w/ that “experience” once her Junior year was complete this past June…when asked what she feels the experience has positively contributed to her life, she mentions she got a chance to see for herself that she would do just fine in a “structured” school setting as she is determining whether she will attend college, that was a fear she battled and something that propelled her to want to return…Despite a lot of negative experiences she had while attending “traditional” school(far too many to list here), I can certainly see how, her being able to follow her intuition and return there, and leave when she was ready, has Empowered her to Trust her intuition….I’m grateful she’s not destroyed behind the negative experiences…I understand this whole experience is unique for each family and child, at different ages…Here’s to our Family’s Freedom…#ForeverUnschooled

Published by ForeverUnschooled

Join me, E, an Afrikan Single Mom of 2, KK and G, as I share about our 10 yr old Unschooling journey and continue to figure out how to navigate this thing called life.

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