Parents want their children to do well at school and achieve good marks. Many parents also assist their children with their homework, which I think is a good thing, but when does this help become too much? My colleague at work's son is now in grade 11. He regularly brings some of his son's text books to work with him. During tea breaks he will often sit and make summaries for him. Sometimes it sounds as if father and son is going to school together, they way he talks: "Tomorrow P...... is writing maths. Tonight we have to study.......". How do you feel about this, when is too much too much?
[Edited 2008-10-02 09:24:37]