You might be thinking, “That’s all fine and dandy, but what if my high school or college student is neither disorganized or a procrastinator? What if he/she is stressed out because the course(s) is/are too difficult?” Well, there is no simple resolution to this problem, but there is plenty of help available for a student who is having legitimate struggles.
For middle school or high school students, a guidance counselor gets paid to do just that: to guide. He/she can direct you to resources either within the school or out in the community to help your child get the necessary help, thus reducing the stress level. Plenty of schools offer after-school tutoring.