Common Parental Concerns
It can feel lonely when, as parents, you have concerns. At Dallington, we understand these concerns and are here to address them. Here are some common worries we support our families with.
I’m worried about my child’s apparent lack of motivation.
They have so much potential, I wish they could see it for themselves.
When is the right time to include our children in the family meetings and start talking about the family business?
They spend so much time online. I am worried they’re lonely.
I wish we could just have a calm discussion without it escalating into an argument.
I keep hearing about ADHD / ASD / OCD / Anxiety – what do they all mean?
Our whole family has been deeply affected by our separation, and we could all use some support and understanding.
We need to start setting some boundaries, but have struggled in the past. Where should we start?
This course/university isn’t working for them, what do we do?
Our child has made so much progress in recovery. What now?