DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?
It’s not drop off for another hour, but you can already feel the tension building. You are trying to appear calm and collected, but feel the dread in the background because you know drop off is coming, and it might be another awful one.
Then there you are at the drop off, your child is clinging to you, you can feel the tears swelling. Your child is reaching for you and you attempt to loosen their death grip and pass them to their teacher.
Your mind is racing with thoughts of
“Am I traumatising them?”
“should I even be sending them?”
“Should I rearrange my schedule?”
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