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Discuss "making choices" in a child's point of view. At least two paragraphs.

From the perspective of a child, making choices can be a difficult and daunting experience. As children grow and develop, they become increasingly aware of the world around them and the decisions they will have to encounter in their lifetimes. This newfound understanding can lead to feelings of confusion and helplessness for young children who, unlike adults, may not possess the experience and certainty needed to make difficult, consequential decisions. At a young age, children often don’t have the full mental capacity to actively weigh out the pros and cons of their choices or anticipate the outcomes of their decisions, much less grasp the complex moral dilemmas that come with certain decisions. They may also feel overwhelmed by the prospect of making a wrong choice, as children are often eager to please those around them. In these cases, children may need help learning to identify the situations that require decisions as well as their available options for a given situation. It is also important to provide guidance and be patient, as it can take time for children to develop the cognitive skills necessary to make informed decisions. Making choices can also be a valuable opportunity for children to learn and grow. By learning to make decisions, children can sharpen their problem-solving skills and gain confidence in their judgement. It may be beneficial to teach and empower children to be active in their decision-making process, so that they can begin to become independent and confident in coming up with solutions for their problems.

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