Is Your Child's School Asking For Too Much Of Your Time?

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Are you giving so much of your time that you don't have any left for yourself? Credit: Getty Images

Many moms are being asked to do too much at their child's school, causing a lot of parents to just say no.

In this tough economy, there is an increasing volume of volunteer requests to chair the PTA, run the book fair, even teach art classes, according to an article in the New York Times. One couple got a divorce because the wife was never at home -- she spent all of her time at school.

How about you? Is your child's school asking for too much of your time?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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