Sit in exam instead of your children?
Do you parents, ever have the feeling that it would have been much better to sit in the exam instead of making your children prepare for one? It feels bad to pressure them to study and you cant help, have you ever felt that way? My son's exam is going on and I feel terrible to ask him to study for hours to revise the lessons.
yes, my daughter told me to exchange my brains with hers so that she could use my brain to sit for her exam! I wish I was the one sitting for the exam.. she had to revise her work everyday due to my hubby pressure...sigh...
I humbly suggest that you get over that guilt. Your purpose as a parent is to prepare your child for LIFE WITHOUT YOU. Children need to study. They need to exercise their brains- in reasoning, memory, problem solving skills, creative thinking,, etc. and not allowing children to struggle and actually LEARN is a great detriment to the child.
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