‘Are you sure you can achieve them?’: How to guide your kids on making New Year resolutions

Madam Yasotha Veerappa (far right) introduced the annual tradition of making New Year resolutions when her children were around seven years old. (From left) Radhii, Radhiyyah and Ridhaa Ismail are now 18, 16 and 23 respectively. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
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SINGAPORE – What are your New Year resolutions? As you set your goals for 2023, ask your children to think about theirs too.

After all, resolutions are not just for adults. They are a great way for children to start the year too, educators say.

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