Raising Children in a High Achievement Culture: How Effective Co-Parenting Can Help Prevent a Child From Becoming a Disintegrated Student

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Join us as we sit down with Student and Parent Coach, Dr. Jeannine Jannot, to discuss how a high achieving culture can result in a disintegrated student, and how co-parents can work together to find a healthy balance for their child. In this episode, Jeannine and Steve cover the following:

• Today’s high achievement culture, how it impacts our kids and families, and how divorce fits into this culture.
• Introducing the idea of a disintegrating student – bright, capable kids who hit a rigor tipping point, begin to struggle, and may eventually fall apart.
• Practical strategies that divorced co-parents can use to support their kids who are stressed out and overloaded with academics, sports, and activities
• How you define “success” in your family after a divorce and how to get everyone on the same page.
• How the intense pressure kids are under in school can impact the quality of their relationships with parents.
• What parents can do to minimize some of the negative consequences of the achievement culture (burnout, conflict, and anxiety).
• Some common pitfalls parents fall into that may be counterproductive, and how co-parents can deal with their own high levels of stress and burn out.

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For more of Dr. Jannot’s parenting tips and to learn more about her coaching and book, The Disintegrating Student: Struggling But Smart, Falling Apart, & How to Turn It Around, visit jeanninejannot.com, or visit her Facebook page Jeannine Jannot

Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.

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