Healthy Homework Habits Back to School Tips A Family Just Like Yours
Easing Your Child Into a Blended Family A Mortgage Planner Can Help
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CONTENTS Healthy Homework Habits
Back to School Tips
A Family Just Like Yours
How to Ease Your Child Into a Blended Family
Ten Reasons to Consult a Mortgage Planner
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Healthy Homework Habits
ack to school comes with a lot of excitement for parents and students. For students, they are excited to see their friends, and meet their new teacher. For parents, getting your family back into structure and routine is welcoming after summer holidays. With back to school jitters and routines comes the dreaded “H” word, Homework! Homework can be stressful for your child as well as you, the parent. The following are some homework tips to help you and your child through the academic year; • After school, allow your child some down time. They have been in a structured environment all day, so a light snack and letting them have some time to unwind is rejuvenating for them. • Establish a set time for doing homework and do not leave it for bedtime. • Make sure your child has a quiet setting, free from distractions to complete their homework (this includes technology and siblings). • Have the necessary materials like a sharpened pencil, calculator, ruler available. •B e positive about homework. Children learn by modeling so your attitude towards education is the attitude your child will acquire. There are times when your child can become very frustrated and overwhelmed
with homework. It is important to note that homework is not new information that your child has just learned. Homework is designed to reinforce what they have previously learned, for example, a certain math task or a research task. Homework develops independence and lifelong learning skills, so it does come with some struggles. If you notice your child is struggling with their homework, guide your child through it without giving them the answer. Life is full of struggles, you want your child to value that hard work will lead to success. Try to problem solve together, you will find that you will learn a lot about each other during those struggles. When feelings of overwhelming frustration happen, it is time to write a note to the teacher and put the homework away. If your child is spending tedious hours completing homework it is important to address the issue with his/ her teacher. Open communication between parent and teacher is key to a successful school year. Diana Alvaro-Cannon, OCT 5
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Back to School Tips
By creating a routine for homework, bedtime, waking up, eating breakfast and extra-curricular activities you can make your home less hectic for everyone.
he return to school after two months of summer vacation can be difficult for some children. It means getting used to a new routine (bedtime, wake-up time, a new teacher, new expectations, homework), and adjusting to new routines takes time. For some, such adjustments are more difficult. There is also excitement (seeing friends, learning new things) and some trepidation (“What will my teacher be like?”). While helping their children, parents also have to manage their own adjustment to the changes. Here are some tips that parents may find helpful in preparing their child and themselves for the new school year. There are also some tips that kids and teens may find useful.
•M ake time for yourself: Good physical and mental health is essential to manage the stress of back-to-school. Reserve special time to take care of yourself. Use your break to read a book, go to the spa/ gym, watch a movie, or engage in any healthy activity to relieve stress and recharge your batteries. Tips for Kids and Teens: •F ace your fears: Visit the school the week before it starts to look around, talk to the school secretary, and find your classroom, etc., in order to relieve any fears about return to school.
Tips for Parents: • Earlier sleep: A week before school, get your kids back into the routine of going to bed earlier.
•E at breakfast: Having a full stomach before school will help you feel less anxious and do better in class.
• Organization: Help your kids organize their backpack, lunch, binders and cafeteria money in order to make a smooth transition back to school. Review all of the information sent by the school as soon as it arrives. Make a note of important school related dates in your calendar.
•O ne minute story: Everyone will ask about your summer, be ready with a brief story. •K now your combo: Know your locker combination and practice at home. •G ood work habits: Start off the year right by writing down your homework and handing in projects on time.
• Healthy Lunches: Make a list of healthy items to include in lunch bags and ensure your home is stacked with these items. The night before school, select a few items from the list to make packing lunches a breeze. Try to make lunches fun a colourful!
•G et connected: Be friendly to fellow students and teachers, join a team or club. Help build school spirit! Have a great school year! Article written by Dr. Paulo Pires, C. Psych. & Dr. Shonna John, C. Psych. Halton Psychologists (14A Martin Street, Milton; 905-878-6650)
• Schedules: Try to get everyone on a schedule to ensure a stress-free home.
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A Family Just Like Yours “I can’t seem to balance it all”! “I feel so overwhelmed”!
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re these thoughts familiar? They are to Lori Ann McLeod. When choosing our cover family for this issue, we weren’t necessarily looking for an extraordinary family with unusual circumstances. We were just looking for a family with the same struggles as everyone else, because sometimes it just helps to know that we are not alone. These days, families are busier than ever. Trying to balance home, kids, couple time, work and health and wellness can seem daunting. Family Matters in Milton chatted with Lori Ann McLeod about her challenges and how she deals with balancing it all. This insanely busy wife and mother of two, operates the very successful Oxygen Yoga and Pilates Studio on Bronte. Besides the time she dedicates to running the business, she also teaches many of the classes herself. Somewhere, however she must find time for her hectic family life. Lori Ann’s 13 year old son Gavin is an up and coming singer /songwriter/musician who was crowned the winner of the Milton Talent Show. He has just made it through to round two of the CNE’s Rising Star. His recent performances include The Mayor’s Gala and Ital Fest this summer. He is also the lead singer in the Milton Rock This Way’s band. Eddie Fiore of Rock This Way keeps this band on the move
performances such as the one at Milton Street Festival. 11 year old Hannah also has very little idle time. She is dancing competitively 6 days a week. She is trained in art forms such as Ballet, Tap, Acro, Lyical, Contemporary, Pointe, and now tumbling. Competitive Dance also includes over night, out of town competitions. This can be challenging when trying to accommodate everything else that this family has on the go. John McLeod is a supportive husband who is also an entrepreneur. John is kept busy with his Heating and Air Conditioning company, while partnering up with Lori Ann to juggle their crazy life. When asked about her biggest challenge. Lori Ann admits, “It has to be finding and 8
keeping that connection as a family and as a couple, one that goes beyond passing each other in the hall. That not only applies to your kids, but as a couple as well. It’s hard to find time to look at each other while we talk about something other than the kids or work. I find we have to work hard to make that time. Talking with your back to that person while you do the dishes does not count. Even if you have to get up a little earlier and have your morning coffee together for 10 minutes. That sometimes can go a long way”. When asked about how she balances it all, Lori Ann confidently says,“It makes me sane knowing I’m not alone. Since the day I opened my studio, I have had at least 3 or 4 women a week break down when they open the front doors to my studio. They don’t just come here to get fit. They come here to vent about their everyday struggles
with balance. Many of them walk in and are at their wits end and leave here feeling better just knowing they are not alone. I wish you could write this story on a bunch of families. Nothing would change from family to family. Lori Ann’s Advice “My family is no different than yours. I don’t know if I really have the answers. I do know that it’s important to make that time for you. Health and Wellness is most important. It doesn’t have be a work out at the gym. It could simply be shutting off your brain for a few minutes alone in your car after you drop off your child at their activity. Put away the smart phone and turn off the radio. Find that inner peace and just breathe and know that you are not alone”.
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How to Ease Your Child Into a Blended Family
s many as one out of 10 children in Canada are currently living in a blended family (Statistics Canada, 2011). It is not uncommon for families coming together to feel overwhelmed and challenged by the task of integrating two families, and parents are often concerned as to how their children will adjust to the changes. Research has shown that children are concerned that they will stop being loved and that the new stepparent will become more important than them. It is important to address these concerns and be mindful of four highly charged emotions your child may be experiencing.
and excluded by their biological parent, who will have less time to devote to each child given the increased demands of a larger family and new partner. Child: “You don’t care about me!”; “I’m not important to you!”; “You always take his/her side!” Solution: It is important to make time and to show affection for each family member. Each child should have some alone time with each parent at some point during the day. This can be as simple as taking your child along with you while you run an errand. Saying, “I love you” will also go a long way.
Loyalty Issue: Children typically feel a strong loyalty to their biological parents. In expressing this loyalty they may be dismissive and rejecting of the new stepparent. Children may even feel guilty for liking or being kind towards their stepparent. Child: “You’re not my real dad/mom!”; avoids family meals; spends more time away from the family.
Loss Issue: Children typically mourn the loss of their past routines and experiences. For example, children may mourn the loss of friends, school, neighborhood, their relationship with biological parent(s), and times spent as a family.
Solution: Acknowledge and accept each child’s loyalty to their family members but also strengthen the new blended family’s identity. Develop family routines (e.g. meals together, Saturday morning cleaning as a whole family) and create shared experiences (e.g. weekly movie night, participate in a child’s favorite activity). Rejection Issue: Children may feel rejected, replaced
Child: “Are you and dad/mom going to get back together?”; “I want it the way it was before!” Solution: It is important to acknowledge and talk about your child’s sense of loss. Let them know you miss the way things were too, before you tell them how excited you are about the possibilities your newly blended family has to offer. Fear Issue: Children may feel uncertain and fearful of their future, may not trust that
not feel heard or accepted, resulting in hurt feelings. You can create secure emotional connections between all family members by understanding each family member’s unique experience in the newly blended family, which means working through problems by sharing and acknowledging emotional feelings.
the new blended family will last, and may be afraid that their new stepparent will treat them poorly. Child: “Who is going to be here when I get back from school?”; “What are we doing for thanksgiving?”; avoids being alone with stepparent. Solution: Routine and predictability are reassuring for children. Use of a calendar so children can anticipate the family’s schedule is helpful. Time with the stepparent doing enjoyable activities will facilitate bonding.
References: http://www.helpguide.org/mental/blended families stepfamilies.htm Furrow, J. and Palmer, G. (2007) EFFT and blended families: Building bonds from the inside out. Journal of Systematic Therapies, 26 (4), 44-58.
Take Home Message To successfully ease your child into a blended family it is important to create predictable routines, opportunities for shared family experiences, and facilitate bonding by allowing your child alone time with each parent. It is also important to accept and acknowledge your child’s feelings of loyalty, rejection, loss and fear, so that they feel that you understand and accept them. Difficulties tend to occur when children do
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