Join Steve\u0027s Kindness 101 class on\u00a0Facebook Live\u00a0starting Monday at 2 p.m. ET.\u00a0Catskill, New York \u00e2\u0080\u0094 It was as heartbreaking as it was adorable, my daughter, Meryl, and her school friends resorting to a teleconference tea party. But such is the new virtual reality for most kids in America."You know, I would rather stay at school than go at home," Meryl said.\u00a0"Would you?" I asked. \u00a0"Yea, \u0027cause you\u0027re like, \u0027Oh, what can I do?\u0027" Meryl said.\u00a0And for most grown-ups, the feeling has been mutual.\u00a0 Working from home and homeschooling have no place in the home \u00e2\u0080\u0094 at least not together, they don\u0027t.Then add in home confinement and pretty soon you\u0027ve got short tempers.\u00a0"You\u0027re taking a video and I don\u0027t like it," Meryl said.\u00a0And health concerns beyond just coronavirus. Like your son licking his brother\u0027s socks."How are your parents doing with all this?" I asked George." I\u0027d ask the person who\u0027s making this report," he said.\u00a0I did and he\u0027s fine. But he\u0027s not sure how he\u0027ll make it to summer."I feel like I\u0027m trying to be a little easier on you guys, just because it\u0027s a tough time right now and I want to help you get through it," Emmett said.\u00a0And I want to help you get through it too, which is why I\u0027m offering to take your kids for a half-hour a day. Starting Monday, I\u0027ll be offering a live, online class called "Kindness 101." We\u0027ll show some of my favorite "On the Road" stories and talk about the lessons within.\u00a0I promise it\u0027ll be better than almost anything else your kids might be doing. Until Monday, I\u0027m Steve Hartman, at home in Catskill, New York.