Overcoming Homeschool Insecurity

Hey homeschoolers!

Homeschool insecurity can wreak havoc on your homeschooling. Whether you lack confidence in your ability to teach, your appearance, or in relationships, I think you’ll find help in this episode.

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How to overcome homeschool insecurity: Homeschool Sanity Show podcast

Links

Find the complete transcript at HomeschoolSanity.com/insecurity

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Have a happy homeschool week!

Overcoming Insecurity with Deb Wolf

insecurity, how to parent girls, how to get past insecurityDeb WolfYou won’t want to miss this episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show where my guest, Deb Wolf, and I get real about:

  • what makes us insecure as women, moms, and homeschoolers
  • why we will only admit to so much
  • how to help our daughters find the source of real security

Deb is the author of a beautiful book that will help you begin the conversation with your daughter about where our security comes from. The illustrator was just 12 when she created these lovely pictures that bring this allegorical fairy tail to life. The paperback version of Sarah’s Garden would make a fantastic gift, but the Kindle version is free December 3rd and 4th, 2013 in honor of our listeners.

Sarah's Garden

Be sure to read Deb’s guest post on Psychowith6, 10 Tips to Grow Gratitude and Increase Happiness in Your Children.

Links mentioned in the podcast

Counting My Blessings – Deb’s personal faith, family, and friendship blog

HomeGoods’ Design Happy Blog – Where Deb shares design ideas & tips on a budget

Sisters in Ministry Facebook group for women whose husbands are pastors

World Vision – Deb’s personal sponsorship page

Pray4You.org – The international prayer ministry Deb started with her husband

The Homeschool Sanity Show

Today’s episode, airing early in the month, is about overcoming insecurity (ourselves and in our children) with author and former teacher, Deb Wolf.