Category Parenting

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Become the Parent-Personality Predicaments

Apply Personalities for Positive Results We all want to have pleasant relationships, especially with those we love and even more especially with our immediate family. Just wanting it doesn’t make it happen. It is much easier when the other person is like us. If the parent and child have the same personality types they will […]

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Become the Parent – Points of View

. In this session I will share ways to avoid conflict with each of the four personalities. It’s the very nature of the parent-child relationship that naturally leads to conflict.

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Become the Parent – Your Child’s Personality

Each of the personalities has particular needs. As a parent you can learn what your child’s personality type needs and provide it for them.

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Become the Parent Your Child Needs – Basic Personalities

You are going to learn about your personality before we determine your child’s inborn nature.

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Parenting a Child Not Like You-Intro

“Becoming the Parent Your Child Needs” is a course for parents who are raising a child that behaves so differently from them they don’t know how to relate to the child.

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Personality Predicaments Online Course for Parents

I’ve created an online course, “Become the Parent Your Child Needs, Using Personalities to Have Harmony in Your Home.”

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Why You Should Not Give Up

Setting high standards for your children will pay off eventually. In the midst of it all it may not seem so. And yet one day you will see it.

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Summertime & Kids with Different Personalities

Just because your kids are home for the summer doesn’t mean they will all enjoy the same activities. Let’s look at the personality differences and how that determines what they each enjoy.

Why Kids Need Boundaries

I’ve had occasion to think more recently about parents who want to be friends with their children. They don’t want their children to think of them as mean. They take it personally when a preschooler says, “I hate you.”

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Encourage-Quick Spot

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