Any advice for a mom sending her oldest child to college?
My son is now 18 and about 4 weeks away from graduating high school. Is there any advice about parenting this age, college issues, getting through the first semester without him? It's definitely a new phase of life.
when my daughter was 18, we enrolled her into singapore poly, a college for her diplomas. She went there for her interview by herself, got accepted and had to study on the first day. You need to give your son lots of guidance; how to apply, where to submit, what questions to ask, who to ask, where is the location, how to get there, all of these questions you must find out in advance so that he is well prepared, not panic when he gets there
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