Does your child ever come up against the “wall of awful?”
The wall of awful is when we have so much to do, and it’s so overwhelming, that hopelessness and “why bother” start to creep in.
It’s when we see a pattern of incomplete assignments, under-achievement, school resistance, students checking out and shutting down. The wall of awful is stressful, especially if a child looks disengaged on the outside!
It can be highly alarming for both children and parents.
Thankfully, Executive Function Coach Brendan Mahan has 5 ways to get past the wall of awful.
Take a listen.