Who has not felt identified as a child with a superhero who saved the world from the bad guys?
For many children, their own parents are their superheroes and they want to become like them, hence the importance of transmitting values through example.
There are spheres of life that can generate fear, especially fear of the new. Our role as parents is to make them feel safe and to learn to feel comfortable and calm when faced with the unknown.
Children learn attitudes such as empathy, respect, and honesty from the way parents confront life, either positively or negatively.
Armin and Leia can imagine their parents every day as if they were real superheroes. They are proud of how they can heal the good guys and lock up the bad guys in jail.
To this day, a bug called COVID-19, gets to disrupt their life and their routines, to the point of transforming themselves into the superheroes of their home, while their parents have to go out to work.
Armin is convinced that his parents have taught him all he needs to know and is fully capable of facing this situation with his sister and, while the confinement stage lasts, he dreams that he can get to hunt down that little monster so that he can go to the beach again with his parents.
And why can’t everything turn out right in the end? You just have to dream it and believe in it with a positive attitude like when you were a child.