By Colette Leudeu Hapi
There is often a sense of excitement with the approach of a new year. This is the time to make resolutions about landing dream jobs, performing well in an academic semester, or taking better care of oneself. It is important to take advantage of such high levels of motivation because this is a perfect time to create realistic and manageable goals for the new year. For children with executive dysfunction, making New Year’s resolutions can empower them to change a behavior or develop a new skill while cultivating their ability to set and accomplish goals.
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