I knew I would have issues. I knew why people homeschooled and I know why I did. I knew the public school would do things differently and knew they couldn't give individualized education just because of the sheer number of kids in a school. I sent my dd to a school that everyone in the neighborhood seems to love. They rave about it. They rave about pictures of 3rd graders learning how to "write short constructed sentences" on the computer so they can do well on a standardized test.
I like that my dd's and my relationship is a ton better than it was when I was homeschooling her. She's happier because she's around friends more and when she's miserable, I have the emotional energy to deal with it.
So, how can I do this gig without going crazy?!?!? Do I just have to stop caring and try to just help her do her best? I can't after school because she's already at school a crazy amount of time and she would lose it if I tried to do more with her.