This week’s podcast episode is an “Asher Special,” in which Asher answers listener questions. In our conversation, we talk about everything from how Asher feels about having ADHD and what helped him get through the difficult transition of moving abroad when he was nine years old to what he thinks are the qualities of a good teacher, how he keeps track of his schoolwork, and much more. And as he does in most conversations I have with him, Asher schools me as well, as he lets me know I’ve been using the word “euphemism” wrong for all these years. #Noted.

I hope you enjoy the episode, and if you have other things you’d like to hear from Asher on, or have ideas for themes you’d like us to devote a full Asher Special episode to, you can always email me at anytime at



About Debbie and Asher: Debbie Reber is the founder of TiLT and the host of the TiLT Parenting Podcast. 13-year-old Asher is Debbie’s son and is regularly featured on the podcast. Find out more about Debbie and Asher by visiting the About Page.




  • How Asher feels about having ADHD
  • The approach we took to prepare for our move abroad, and how Asher adjusted
  • How Asher keeps track of his school assignments and stays organized
  • Which traits Asher believes are important in good teachers
  • How Asher feels about his homeschooling curriculum
  • Which areas of Asher’s life are off-limits for public consumption
  • Where Asher thinks he’ll be five years from now





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