Since March of 2020, families and children have had to make major adjustments in their lives due to the pandemic, especially when it is related to school. Many parents were left at home trying to figure out the best way to run their household and now assist with their children’s academics. Many children were at home, isolated from their normal life of being with their peers and teachers. Throughout the past year and a half, many families and children have done a lot of adjusting to the new normal, which has caused both stress and anxiety. As we enter back into the 2021 school year, there are several ways to manage this stress and anxiety.
“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly” -anonymous
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