Joyful Posted February 21, 2018 Share Posted February 21, 2018 I've been wondering about this for a while. DS1 is a sophomore and DD is a freshman. Neither of them have any inclination towards any dreams of what they would like to do "when they grow up." They do generally well across the board academically. DS seems to love math over other subjects. DD cannot say if she likes one subject over another. And I haven't observed that there is anything that is particularly drawing them at this moment. So some kids grow up with a strong sense of direction. Others not so. Sometimes I wonder, did I miss something? Perhaps I should have them interview our relatives and friends about their respective professions and work? How have you helped your children "find their path" when there doesn't seem to be an overwhelming passion for something? How do you help them to explore the possibilities? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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