Los padres deben relajarse en la entrega de la universidad para que los niños puedan prosperar, los expertos dicen

“Las emociones en el momento de la entrega y en los días posteriores abarcan toda la gama.,” María Ana Donaghey, una madre de cuatro hijos del área de Boston que ha visto a cada uno de ellos irse a la universidad, le dijo a Fox News Digital este fin de semana.

It’s overwhelming,” ella dijo.

You feel anxiety, loss and incredible pride — all at the same time.

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En octubre 2021, 61.8 percent of 2021 high school graduates ages 16 a 24 were enrolled in colleges or universities, los Estados Unidos. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last year.

If those numbers hold true this year, that’s a lot of moms and dads hugging their kids and waving goodbye with mixed emotions as their kids start the new adventure of higher education — and a new period of growth all around.

College is a time of discovery and exploration for students. Parents have their own challenges to navigate, también.

College is a time of discovery and exploration for students. Parents have their own challenges to navigate, también. (AP Photo/Jon Elswick)

Here are some smart survival tips for parents who are sending a child off to college this year — from those who know and who have been there.

Cut back on the constant connection

Many parents ‘come to college’ with their freshmen via technology, talking and texting throughout the day about every class, meeting and assignment,” Dori Hutchinson, Boston University’s Sargent College associate clinical professor and director of services at BU’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, told BU Today, a campus publication.

The hardest thing for me was the lack of daily communication.

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