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How to talk to your spouse when you want to start homeschooling.

How to talk to your partner about homeschooling.

When talking to your partner about homeschooling, it's important to approach the conversation in a calm and respectful manner. Here are some steps you can follow:

  1. Start with why: Begin the conversation by sharing your reasons for considering homeschooling. Be clear about the benefits you see for your child and your family.

  2. Listen to your partner's concerns: Give your partner the opportunity to share their thoughts and concerns about homeschooling. Listen carefully and try to understand where they're coming from.

  3. Address their concerns: Once you understand your partner's concerns, address them one by one. Be honest and open about any challenges you see with homeschooling and discuss potential solutions.

  4. Explore options: Research and discuss different homeschooling options together. There are many resources available, including online courses, homeschooling co-ops, and curriculum providers. Explore these options together to find a solution that works for both of you.

  5. Set expectations/ have a schedule: Once you've decided to pursue homeschooling, set expectations for what the process will look like. Discuss responsibilities, schedules, and goals to ensure you're both on the same page.

  6. Be flexible: Finally, remember that homeschooling is a journey, and it may not always go as planned. Be open to adjusting your approach as needed and communicate regularly with your partner to ensure you're both still on board with the process.

By following these steps, you can have a productive conversation with your partner about homeschooling and work together to make the best decision for your family.



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I'm Stefany, from the Made in Wisconsin Family. I am excited to share our journey through life and homeschooling with the many parents who find themselves in the world of home education. 

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