Orientation for Parents Who Need to Learn
My middle son doesn’t need me to go to his Parent Orientation this week at Occidental, after all he’s gone off to college twice now. We all know what’s going to happen—well, let’s be clear, we know how orientation goes—not necessarily how the year itself will go. That’s still up for grabs. But late last week when I was pouring over the orientation schedule for Oxy and I showed him the dessert goodbye for parents on Friday, the end of the 2 day orientation for parents, son made it clear he wasn’t interested in going. “I hate goodbyes,” he said. “Let’s not do that.” Panic filled me. “It’s the only time I see you on Friday,” I said. “You can … Continue reading Orientation for Parents Who Need to Learn →