TSF Pais e Filhos asked 4 children between the ages of 5 and 14 what they wanted for 2019 and spoke with Inês Afonso Marques, a clinical psychologist and a youth psychotherapist, who defends that it makes sense for children to have desires and to assume commitments.
New Year, New Life. With the new year, many are the adults who take advantage of the season and the turn of the year to make some resolutions. There are those who promise to give up smoking or to exercise more, for example, but does it make sense for children to make commitments too?
We asked four children between the ages of five and 14 what they want for 2019, and we spoke with Inês Afonso Marques, a clinical psychologist, and a child and adolescent psychotherapist, who argues that it makes sense for children to have wishes and to make commitments.
For Inês Afonso Marques, it may be important for the children to make plans, as long as this happens with the least possible interference from their parents.
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