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Jackie has Degree in Social Work& is a member of the National Social Work Honor Society When I met with Jackie I was amazed and impressed with her sacrificial attitude and her humility. I learned that she began taking care of her five siblings when she was twelve years old and her mother died. As I’ve […]
Patience for Days Like These Nature teaches me so many things. I have a childlike adoration for watching plants grow. My husband pulls me away from this computer and takes me on beautiful hikes. We identify wildflowers and trees. We listen to birds. All away from the troubled world. These days stretch out and blend […]
Jackie Graduates An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. – Benjamin Franklin Jackie Guillory, a Port Arthur native, deserved a chance. She is a mother of five and grandmother of five. She began taking care of others at the age of twelve when her mother died. Against the odds she managed to get half […]
Personalities for Harmony in Your Home You may not have grown up in a home with harmony. It takes effort. We are finishing this course with goals. SMART goals. To set SMART goals they must be S-specific, M-measureable, A-achieveable, R-relevant, and T-time bound. Don’t say I will make an effort to make things better. That […]
Appreciate a Nurse TodayNational Nurses Week is May 6-12 Do you know a nurse? Most of us do. Well today is National Nurses Day and this year of all years we can take this opportunity to say, Thank You! A Fact Quiz – How many blanks can you fill-in? The nursing profession is very old. […]
My Super Hero Super Hero Day April 28, 2020 My Super Hero was born on this day one hundred twelve years ago. My dad, Clifton M. Cawley, was raised by a mostly-Irish father. Dad’s father was orphaned when his dad was killed while building the railroad in Del Rio, Texas. Since he was Irish his name […]
. 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.
Were you able to identify how your personality affected your interactions with your child? Can you see how your child’s personality might cause a problem for the two of you?
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.