What do child career planning and development requires
All aspects of an adolescent’s behavior are linked to their wish to achieve, belong and to have control or choices. Although all three are interlinked. Initially as a say about achievements, and it’s further illustrated with different case studies and consequently illustrated a specific problems relating to achievements.
What does child need to achieve
Generally as I say about current generation, In average children needs and wants to achieve their own unique identity, physical and cognitive growth, well being and capacity, social and emotional skills and also a level of performance in relation, which combinedly make them to feel successful and that fulfills their potentials as much as possible. On above of all, towards the end of adolescence, children want to achieve some economic and practical independence and to be increasingly confident as they exercise this. Obviously parents also wants their children to have a sense of achievement and their own agendas may include aspects of their work, past, current and future, aspects of an economic nature, material possessions such as cars and property, holidays, sports, hobbies and of course their own parenting. This can sometime results in conflicting priorities within the family.
To understand the scenario and reaching to proper conclusion, Parents should think about their own childhood along with the priorities in terms of achievements and then conclude further. How much if any overlap is there ? If possible have a relaxed conversation about this and ask in a very open ended way if there is anything you can do to help or support them. Be prepared for the possibility that they don’t have much to say initially and if so leave it and return to a later date. You can rest assured that a subject of this nature will register with them but they may need time, days, weeks or even months before they have thought it through enough to have much to say.