- Will they ever bathe in college?
- Will they find a community that welcomes them?
- How will they focus enough to study with the many distractions available on a college campus?
- What the heck am I going to do with my time?
- Will they eat well?
- Will they party too much and drop out of school?
- What if they take seven years to get through school?
- Motherhood is over!
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What You Will Learn in this Episode:
- A new visualization of your thoughts
- How to treat your thoughts of your child heading to college (leaving home)
How your thoughts are like drops of water on eye glasses
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Episode Questions for You To Consider
- What silly thought does your mind like to present to you?
- How are you doing with noticing your thoughts?
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- My Child’s College Major – I don’t love it!
- Top advice from Ursinus College’s Admission and Financial Aid Counselors
- I picked my college – now what? A checklist for you!
- How to handle your child leaving home (for college and other life events)
- Extracurriculars with Guest: AdmissionsMom
- The Scholarship Shark podcast: A Conversation with College Moms
- With my Child Heading to College, Are the thoughts I am having normal?
- What are you making grades mean?
- The First Semester Transition: What to Expect and How Mom Can Help
Christine: You are listening to the Your Empty Nest Coach podcast, with Coach Christine, episode number 24: With My Child Heading to College, Are the Thoughts I’m Having Normal? … My future empty nest friend, I want to talk about the normal thoughts that you may expect to have, as you prepare for your child heading to school. But first, a story. I wear glasses.
You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.