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From: FreidainSC (adsl-072-151-020-071.sip.gsp.bellsouth.net)
Subject:         Homeschooling with a disablitly
Date: February 12, 2007 at 12:37 pm PST

O.K. Here's my dilemma, I have two dd's that will be in the 8th grade next year. They were homeschooled until last year. I am praying earnestly about bringing them home for highschool, however I am scared to death.

I have to work full time and I have fibromyalgia with depression. When I get home I am exhausted from pushing myself to work and I am scared that I will be letting my girls down if I am not up to par enough to teach. I really, really want to bring them home!!

Do any of you have any suggestions as to what type of curriculum I may be able to use that would benefit them without much of my concentration? I feel like such a hypocrit when I say that, but that's the way it will be. Don't get me wrong, I will try with every ounce in my body to do what's right, but I still feel that I will be doing my dds such an injustice. Is it possible to do this and not put dds education in jeopardy?

Any help would be very much appreciated!!!


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