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EdnasEdibles
Sep 18
2

Are you me? I’ve got 2 kids (4th grade and 2nd grade), I’m divorced with 50% custody. My 4th grader is ASD, ADHD and ODD. I’m beginning to suspect my 2nd grader has the ADHD too. My kids are 100% remote learning with all live lessons. One goes 8 to 12 and the other goes 8:45 to 12:45 so at least it is only a half day. Read more

Sep 18
2

I teared up reading your comment. That is SO long for kids to be on Zoom. The technology issues alone would be enough to drive me to the brink of insanity. I’m sorry. You’re not alone.

Sep 18
2

I would say it actually is starting to go better after the expected 1st couple of week adjustments. We’ve learned where and when our son wants and does not want our involvement. Read more

Sep 18
7

We both work and we have a 5 and 2 1/2 year old, with a nanny we’ve had since I went back to after 5 was born - and she brings her own kiddo (1 1/2). And even with an adult whose sole job during these hours is to watch the three kids and support 5 in his 100% virtual Kindergarten, it’s STILL really tough.
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Sep 15
1

I’m so sorry. We might be lucky, because our district ended up going remote-only; no judgement about who’s going to school because nobody’s going to school. And I hear you about the exclusion thing. My older son is ADHD with social issues and we’re def. pretty left out of things.

Sep 15
1

We chose hybrid too, because if my high schooler doesn’t get some routine and normalcy I fear for her mental state. My husband and I have been out working since Day 1 ( we are essential workers) and I can’t get on board with all these histrionics of teachers dying. There are no good answers. Read more

Sep 14
4

Came here for the comments disguised as agreement but really containing passive aggressive shaming instead. Was not disappointed. 

Sep 14
5

I think it depends on the circumstances. The school/daycare thing is a complex issue for sure. That said there are also some people who are just straight up acting irresponsibly during all this, and those include parents. If you are having big indoor parties or something like that I’d put those people in the same Read more

Sep 14
5

I’ve also had two but I didn’t want anything that close to my skin! Loose and baggy all the way. Otherwise I felt like a sausage. Read more

Sep 10
18

Hamm says he wants people to stop talking about his loins” Read more

Sep 9
2

You just made it seem like 25 people was acceptable. I for one do not want to put anyone as risk, so yeah. The Two of them would be fine. I enjoyed going to weddings, but I have not been married. Sorry about your divorce.

Sep 9
9

After watching the horrifying HBO show “The Vow”, I’ve come to the conclusion a certain percentage of the population will do anything to own slaves. I don’t get the compulsion, but it exists. For such people, I absolutely agree we need to give them robots. But it probably won’t give them the same sick thrill they get Read more

Sep 8
51

Retire them, along with big wedding, engagement parties, baby showers, and all other events that have gotten WAY out of hand.

Sep 3
10

Yes this is definitely a good point. To have a financial motivation is not fundamentally under the category of evil capitalist. The folks making these decisions could have an altruistic element in that they are very aware that people both within the university economy and the surrounding town.  I can appreciate that Read more

Sep 3
31

I’m not going the argue the opposite of your point, but please keep in mind that in college towns, the university is often the biggest employer. When the university takes a huge financial hit, so does the town. But then there’s the also the obvious fact that bringing back the students brings in more COVID. Read more

Sep 3
17

Colleges are housing as well as education. The “financial concessions” that would hurt them the most are simply leaving all of that housing empty while still paying upkeep on it. Reducing tuition to reflect a remote learning environment doesn’t hurt them as much as just losing room and board while still having to Read more

Sep 3
41

The decision of these schools is 100% based on their desire to not have to make any financial concessions to deal with the fact that students don’t want to pay premium prices to distance learn from their childhood bedroom at their parents’ house. Higher Ed is an industry first and foremost - their product is the Read more

Sep 3
28

I’ve never understood the adulation of Tyler Perry, and especially Oprah’s support of him because literally every single thing I’ve seen that he does is some sort of “morality tale” aimed at women. All the women in his stories are punished constantly for not being his idea of “moral”. I hate it.

Sep 2
8

Brad Pitt takes on the personality and style of the women he dates/marries. He has no personality of his own.