What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

Tim and Sue Muldoon think that Ignatian-style imaginative reflection is good for children too.

When parents or other adults invite children to use their imagination, they are not only stimulating their cognitive capacities; they are also giving their children a way of contrasting various possibilities for their lives. What desires, hopes, or fears emerge in their imagination? How do they relate to other children, adults, or fantasy figures, and how do those relationships impact the way they interact with real people?

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