Today I’m sharing a new type of episode for the TiLT Parenting Podcast—a “solocast”—which basically means that rather than have a guest on the show or talking with Asher, it will just be me sharing insights directly to you. From time to time I get questions from members of the TiLT Community who are curious about my personal journey with Asher and are interested in learning more about the strategies I’ve successfully used, and continue to use today.

This episode is the first of several solocasts I’ll be doing focusing on homeschooling—not so much the nuts and bolts of it, although I will eventually share some strategies—but more the emotional side of what it was like to make the decision to homeschool. Because, as I’ve said in previous episodes, I was very much a ‘reluctant homeschooler.’ In this episode, I’m going to tell you exactly why that was, why I was so convinced that there was no way I could possibly homeschool Asher, and tell you how I got to a place where my thinking shifted and I was open to giving it a go.


About Debbie: Debbie Reber is the founder of TiLT Parenting and host of the TiLT Parenting Podcast. She is a New York Times bestselling author, life coach, and speaker. To find out more about Debbie, visit the TiLT Parenting About Page.



  • Why Debbie was so against homeschooling in the first place
  • What finally convinced her to give it a try
  • What Debbie learned through the process of being a reluctant homeschooling mama





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