Survival guide to keeping it together while working at home with kids

Millions of parents across the country are now doing triple duty -- working, parenting and teaching their kids at home -- all at the same time.
3:18 | 03/18/20

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Millions of parents are now on triple duty. Working, parenting and teaching their kids at home. How do you coexist without being at each other's throats all the time? Stephanie Ramos joins us with the survival guide. You're working from home right now, so how are you keeping the kids busy? Reporter: Well, Michael, some classwork with plenty of free time mixed in there. That's worked out, but what we have been trying to get a handle on are all the websites for both kiddos. The usernames and pass words, and you don't want to rely on a third grader to have his logins handy, but we'll hit our stride because this guy here, pops is joining the classroom. Buttons are being pushed and kids are testing the limits. Homework together. Reporter: Our "Gma" viewers sending in videos like this. My son in need of some quiet time with a book in a fort he built, and my producer trying her own tactics working from What I have been doing for my family is using visual cues. Everywhere, green means go. When it's green on the door, you can come in. I'm available to talk. When it's red, don't come in. I'm busy. Please give me space, and it works for husbands too. Reporter: Even singer pink sharing her daily schedule on Instagram, and the realities of having everyone at home. Bedtime can be 9:00 if, you know, it's backwards for you guys, but all kids follow schedule and don't fight. Reporter: With anxiety at an all-time high and spouses, it's time for a family survival guide. Relationship expert Dr. Laura Berman giving us tips on how to manage. Designate talk time. There's so much information coming through all day and night and it's really important for couples and families to contain that. So I suggest 30 minutes a day discuss the newest information, make a plan of how you're going to handle it. Reporter: Don't argue in front of kids. If you do have to have a discussion, keep it calm and make sure that your children see the resolution. Reporter: Separate peacefully. It can be really helpful for everyone to have their own little corner or nook. Reporter: Get outside. Whether it's you and your partner enjoying a date walk together or you as a family, go out. Even if it's just for ten minutes around the block. Reporter: One day at a time, we've got this. Families can also establish a family cause. We've seen a lot of people posting online fliers from the neighborhood where people are offering to help the elderly and things like that, but this can be a good way to connect with families. It sounded like you were saying things they needed to bleep out. Go ahead, robin. I was going to say her husband's cute. You learn a lot about people when they have to work from home, and Stephanie, thank you for sharing this journey with us. We know it's tough for us to work with your kids, but we appreciate you sharing with us and all our Well, it's still okay to

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