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Resources about Perfectionism By Theresa Willingham

Resources about Perfectionism By Theresa Willingham The Parent Coach: Help For The Perfectionistic Child by Dr. Steven Richfield A parent writes: Our daughter places a great deal of pressure on herself to excel in school, piano, sports, and just about everything else. This pattern makes it hard for her to accept criticism, errors, and [...]

Healthy Perfectionism By Theresa Willingham

Healthy Perfectionism By Theresa Willingham I had all these notions when my kids were born; ideas about equitable, gender neutral, compassionate, self-esteem building child rearing.  My children would all be models of hyphenated happiness: self-confident, well-rounded, and easy-going. We sought a balance for them, a middle road of [...]

Homeschooling Walden-Style Part Two By Theresa Willingham

By Theresa Willingham We were also reassured to learn that she was probably nearby. Mother rabbits don’t live with their young, instead leaving the babies alone to avoid attracting predators and returning to the nest only once or twice a day, usually at night or very early in the morning, to nurse their young. All the literature said we [...]

Homeschooling Walden-Style Part 1 by Theresa Willingham

By Theresa Willingham (Originally printed in Home Education Magazine, in 1996) The rabbit was digging busily in the garden by the front window.  We thought it was finding choice weeds, but when we looked later, it had dug a shallow den. Was it moving from its big burrow we’d found under another window, we wondered? We went into [...]