Answering the Homeschool Skeptics

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How do you answer when family, friends, or even strangers criticize your choice to homeschool? What does it look like to be loving and set boundaries?

How do you answer when family, friends, or even strangers criticize your choice to homeschool? What does it look like to be loving and set boundaries?

As the holiday season approaches and you anticipate more time with family, you may also be expecting some awkward or even painful conversations related to your homeschooling choices.

What does it look like to love your neighbor in this situation? How can you respect your extended family while also protecting your children and your sanity?

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Show Notes

Read more in the "Boundaries" book.

Listen in to this podcast discussion from CCEF on "Boundaries".

Or read this approach to "Boundaries in Relationship" by Ed Welch.

How do you answer when family, friends, or even strangers criticize your choice to homeschool? What does it look like to be loving and set boundaries?

Lynna Sutherland

Lynna believes that the gospel moves the homeschool mom from performance to possibility. She offers support for moms overwhelmed by homeschooling multiple ages and distracted by constant sibling conflict. Ditch what slows you down and look to Jesus. (Hebrews 12:1-2)

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