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Afraid of the future?

In the Video series "And what do you think?" The psychologists Stefanie Rietzler and Fabian Grolimund ask young people about school, parents, friendship and the future. In the new episode, they wanted to know from the young people what makes them afraid about the future.

Interviews: Stefanie Rietzler & Fabian Grolimund

What is it that concerns young people when they think about their future? Is it the uncertainty about the right job choice? Or climate change? Watch the video to see what worries teenagers.

«What scares you when you think about the future?»

For the new film series «And what do you think??»Developed by psychologists Stefanie Rietzler and Fabian Grolimund in collaboration with the Parenting Foundation, young people aged 13 to 18 make themselves heard and answer questions about school, parents, friendship and the future.

All episodes at a glance:

More video series by Stefanie Rietzler and Fabian Grolimund:

  • Learning tips for children: How can parents tell their children support in learning? What motivates them, what causes conflicts at home?
  • Strong child: How do children develop a Self esteem and the feeling of Self-efficacy? How can parents help them?
  • Together we are great - the series for teachers with their students
  • Learning tips for teenagers: Jess helps Adi pass his final apprenticeship exam

Read more about fear of the future:

  • Growing up in uncertain times
    Our children were born into an ever faster changing world. That unsettles you. Schools should also convey how young people can live with this uncertainty.

  • What is really important to us
    How do you see the future? Do you ever want to have a family? And what is the most important thing for you right now? If you want to understand today's youth, you have to listen to them! We interviewed them with the camera.

  • How we tick - a portrait of seven young people
    How do young people tick today? We met seven young people and talked to them about visions for the future, priorities and also a little bit about politics. The result is seven very different portraits.