By Kathryn “Kat” North, LPA | Licensed Psychological Associate
Whatever you may think or believe, divorce changes families. How these changes affect children in the short term and over time is dependent upon several parent behaviors.
It’s important to always pay attention to our children. Not only to what they are saying verbally, but to what they may be telling us through their day-to-day actions.
This is also important when it comes to how they are doing in school. It is difficult for parents to know when their children are struggling in school without paying close attention to verbal and nonverbal clues.
You child may want help and simply be unsure of how to ask for it. Or maybe they aren’t aware that they need help.
In order to avoid waiting on your child to ask for help, pay attention to these five signs your child may be struggling in school.