“State of wanting to learn or know about something; curiosity”
“advantage, benefit: look after, protect, safeguard one’s own interests”
I found this description in the dictionary fascinating because the same word with these 2 significations can apply to young people with hemophilia! 🙂
At the same time that parents and care givers will incentive the boys to find activities that are interesting and source of pleasure, they will have to chose more carefully in order to adjust their desires to their actual condition.
Just to give an example: a young boy had the dream to start a small school of socker, although he had 14 and mild hemophilia A, he didn’t had a good physical condition (muscles and flexibility, resistance as well) so he needed first to recognize that and go under a preparation with his physiotherapist first! it was going to be a PROJECT !<a
“período da vida onde meninos e meninas de pouca idade têm de brincar, aprender, ser amadas para amar e outras cositas mais”