Orientation is a real challenge! It raises a lot of questions in young people, as well as in their parents!
There are: high school students who have no idea what they want to do and those who hesitate between 2 paths or those for whom everything is so open that they don’t know which direction to take.
And then there are: the parents who would so much like their child to finally find his or her way, those who are under a lot of stress due to unemployment or lack of job opportunities, and those who dream of their child having a brilliant career just like them or just the opposite…
So this whirlwind of questions and concerns, not to mention the pressure of the entourage or the school system and the particular context of expatriation, sometimes generate stress, doubts or discouragement, and that’s normal!
So, cherry on top of the cake, when the health situation is combined with promiscuity that can stir up personality clashes, with a change of work rhythm and uncertainties about examinations or admissions that destabilize, with deadlines that are approaching despite everything, orientation can quickly become a tug of war between young people and parents.