Back to school can be a very stressful time for both parents and students. I remember the anxiety of the entire back to school process when I was a kid. My anxiety from the first day back, making sure I wouldn’t get lost, making sure I didn’t forget a locker combination or my lunch.. It all brought on a great level of anxiety and a headache for me. Now as a parent, I have the same anxiety. Only, as a parent, my anxiety is a little different. Did I prepare them well enough, did I forget any supplies, will they have a good first day or will they be anxious and nervous with the jitters all day?
I think each year we end up with this back to school anxiety. It truly doesn’t seem to make a difference to my kids. They seem so outgoing and okay with it all, although we haven’t had any new school changes, so they know the environment. I think I give myself a bigger headache worrying about them then any thing. They always seem a little nervous in the morning, but I am not sure if they are nervous or tired. We aren’t a family of early risers. This year Excedrin will help me through those first day of school headaches.
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FTC Disclosure: I wrote this post in connection with the Excedrin Ambassador Program and was given a promotional item to thank me for my time. All views and opinions with regard to the products or company itself are my own and were not influenced, nor reviewed, by the company prior to posting.