Homeschool Help for Mom: Dealing with her Big Emotions

If I’m chatting with other moms at the homeschool co-op, I’m likely discussing curriculum choices, clarifying my routine, or encouraging another mom.

After our fun co-op morning, I get the kids strapped in the minivan and ready to go home. Then I quickly realize my kids are hungry and overstimulated: the bickering in the backseat is my evidence.

Naturally, the drive home is less than fun. I’m also hungry and overstimulated, and no surprise, I’m not interested in bickering in the backseat. I’ve had a pleasant morning and I’d like it to stay that way.
Alas, I’m a real homeschool mom living a real homeschool life.

So, here’s homeschool help for mom and her big emotions…

I’ve learned that the biggest challenge I’ve had in my homeschool life isn’t curriculum choices, clarifying my routine, or dealing with others’ unsupportive thoughts.


My biggest challenge has been how I show up in my homeschool and how I deal with my big emotions (when everyone is hungry, overstimulated, or various other scenarios that trigger my big emotions).

So how can I give homeschool help for mom and her big emotions?

I’ve spent years learning how to address my own big emotions as a homeschool mom and now I offer you these tools, techniques, or strategies too.

The Self-Compassion for Homeschool Mama’s course features intentionally crafted self-awareness prompts and exercises that encourage you to explore various aspects of yourself, from your strengths and successes to your challenges and shortcomings.

It’s perfect for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of themselves while fostering self-compassion, self-nurturing, and self-acceptance.

Inside the course, you’ll find a plethora of practical tools to guide you through your journey to self-discovery, including affirmations, meditations, and mindfulness exercises.

These resources are designed to be accessible and easy to follow, even if you’re new to journaling, mindfulness practice, or self-compassion.

With the Self-Compassion Course, you can:
  • Build a more loving, supportive relationship it yourself,
  • Encourage affirming self-talk and self-nurturing habits,
  • Transform unhelpful self-beliefs into empowering mindsets,
  • Cultivate mindfulness and awareness in your daily life,
  • Find joy and gratitude in the present moment.
Whether you’re dealing with difficult emotions, struggling with self-doubt, or just looking for a way to connect with your inner self, this course is the ideal tool to help you along the way.

So why not start your journey to self-compassion today?

Get the Self-Compassion Course and begin building a stronger, more nurturing relationship with yourself: real homeschool help for mom.

**Watch Vicki Tillman & I discuss Self-Compassion practices for homeschool mamas.

Self-Compassion for Homeschool Moms Course

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Teresa Wiedrick

I help overwhelmed homeschool mamas shed what’s not working in their homeschool & life, so they can show up authentically, purposefully, and confidently in their homeschool & life.