Home For The Holidays!
As students get excited for the holidays and receive long academic breaks, it can be a time that adds stress to the family household. Elementary students are exploding with timeless energy while anticipating the events of the season. High school and college students are planning their off time with friends. Maybe, they are even inviting out of town friends to stay at home with them. Or they are frantically studying for their final exams and can’t even respond to your calls about their plans for the break.
You are anticipating the onslaught of entertaining, messes and the joy it all brings but feel a sense of stress pending as well.
You are pre-occupied with navigating the holiday to-do list and your tolerance is low. The stress can affect even the most “chill” family in a negative away.
Here are a few ways to be proactive and set the tone for a smoother holiday season this year. You deserve a peaceful holiday!
In this video episode, you will hear Michelle address the issues. She keeps it short and informative.
Michelle R. Raz, M.A. Ed., is a professional executive function coach and educational consultant. Raz Coaching specializes in helping people with executive function challenges associated with ADHD, PTSD, Stress, TBI’s and ASD find careers they will love and land them.