Advice for My Son Before Middle School…and for Me, Too

I can’t think of any better advice…for everyone!

Words No One is Reading

Summer break begins this week, which means that In less than three months my son will begin middle school. This truly seems impossible, as I have such a vivid recollection of holding my sobbing wife after we dropped him off at daycare for the first time. That was over eleven years ago. I know from experience and from the words of people older and wiser than me that time isn’t going to slow down any. On the contrary, it will most likely seem to accelerate. If I had the middle school years to do over, these are five things I would want to consider, so I will share them with my son. I’m sure he won’t want to listen, but between the eye-rolling and sighing, maybe something will stick.

1. Don’t take things too seriously: Despite what you might hear, there really is no “permanent record” at your age. You…

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