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“Growing Pains” Kirk Cameron made an educational documentary called “Homeschool Aweking”

This story or documentary really hits home for me especially when I was criticized and demonized by my own family for wanting to homeschool my own daughter Ella Leach when she was just a baby.

The documentary will only be shown in theaters on June 13 and 14.

Cameron’s point of view about the way children are educated in school, the actor recommends that children could be better educated at home.

Cameron, the “Growing Pains” actor, released a documentary called “Homeschool Aweking” where he criticizes pubic education in U.S. schools, calling them inaccurate and immoral.

Cameron has said that in the public system unfortunately does not work with the people, but against them, in his opinion the public school is America’s number one enemy. The actor recommends taking the reins of education, because whoever has control of the textbooks controls the future.

Home schooling is better
One of the firsts of the documentary is to remove the taboo that homeschooling is bad and the people who do it are rare and underdeveloped compared to people who are taught in a regular school.

“The freedom we had was so worth the small sacrifice it was to teach the kids,” one mother explains in the trailer. “Now 12 years later, I realize it wasn’t a sacrifice – it was a total gift.”

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Actor Kirk Cameron on his new movie ‘Home School Awakening:’ “We’ve become grossly aware of the inaccurate and immoral things that the public school system has been teaching our children .. The public school system has been public enemy number one.”

The pandemic transformed education
ABC News reported in early April that 18 U.S. states shared data from the current school year; the number of students taking classes at home increased by 63 percent in 2020-2021, then dropped only 17 percent in 2021-2022. This is an indication that for safety and better education, parents have decided not to send their children to school.

Families across the nation are experiencing the homeschool awakening, taking advantage of the freedom and opportunities for self-discovery — with the world as their classroom. Join award-winning actor, Kirk Cameron, as he dives into the adventures of dynamic American families on a mission to put fun and faith back into learning. The Homeschool Awakening explores the ins, outs, and honest answers to homeschooling’s most frequently asked questions.

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Word of wisdom from Ski Coach – Mountain Adventure Mum

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Tignes Tori Collins – Ski Coach – Mountain Adventure Mum

Being a single Mum to Ossie inspires me to be twice as good of a Mumma than I would be and that’s certainly not a bad thing… I’ve learnt a lot over the years alone with Ossie, so I want to share with you my advice on single parenthood…

-Being a single parent doesn’t mean that you failed! Any parent can become a single parent at any time.

-It only takes 2 or more to be a family, we are the Collins family!

-If you always do what you think is best for your child and do it to the best of your ability, then you can not have any regrets.

-Your child is only disadvantaged by having just one parent, if you let that happen. You can be an amazing parent alone by talking to them, teaching them and playing with them, having 1 active parent is better than 2 lazy parents.

-You can still follow your dreams, it may be harder and take longer and require much more planning, but it is totally possible – I achieved the highest level ski teaching qualification in the world, while raising a little boy on my own, in a foreign country, with no family close by.

-You won’t be poor, Having a child and your health is the greatest wealth! All your child needs is love and adventure! When Ossie was 5 I sold all his toys and packed up our car and headed to the mountains to follow our dreams. Your not rich until you have something that money can’t buy, so follow your dreams with your child.

-Your child is not a burden, they are a blessing. We chose to step up to the role of parenthood, whether you became pregnant by accident or not, you chose to have a baby and become their parent. You created this life for your child on purpose, now you must live on purpose, embrace it and infuse your lives with happiness.

-Somtimes being a lone parent is hard, but your life begins at the end of your comfort zone… you learn to rely on yourself, you get to know yourself, trust yourself and love yourself- These are amazing gifts to give to yourself.

-You might want to find a new partner, but you won’t be looking for a ‘new Dad’ for you child, they already have a Dad. Whether he is present in their lives or not, they have a Dad already….. If a new partner is to come into your life, he will be flattered to know that you see him not as a replacement Father but as a positive role model to your child. A loving partner who wants to step up to role of helping co-parent your child, will see this as a privilege and an honour and an opportunity to love a little more.

-You won’t need to think outside the box, just think OUTSIDE. Nature is cheaper than any therapy, raise your child outdoors as much as possible.

-I live in the mountains and I have learnt that sometimes you have to experience the deepest valley to appecriate the top of the highest mountain. You can recover from any valley and stand high and proud on a mountain top with your child.

-We are shaped by our thoughts and become what we think, therefore if you think that being a single parent is a disadvantage, then it will be a disadvantage, but when you believe in yourself and think possitivly, you can totally rock your kids life!

-Have an enjoyable life with your child, you can do whatever it is you want to do, its up to you, but don’t wish for it, work for it and start NOW!

Single Mums have 100 percent of the work, but also receive 100 percent of the love and pride that come with it. Cherish the moment and be #100PERCENTMUM

Please share this post to a single parent that you know who is doing a brilliant job (or tag them in the comments) and if you have a partner who co-parents with you, tell them how thankful you are for them!