How Do Personality Types Affect Parent-Child Relationships?
Personalities can be observed in children by the age of three. A lot can change in terms of attitudes, behaviors and fears, but essentially, personality will not change. Getting to know our children’s personalities helps us determine what makes them tick; what makes them happy, curious or excited. Personality types unravel the mystery behind children’s talents and limitations and help us better adjust our own expectations. Read More
Personalities can be observed in children at the age of three. A lot can change in terms of attitudes towards certain activities, behaviors and fears, but essentially, personality will not change. Read More
Like a small alien on planet Earth for the first time, extroverts are fascinated by the world around them. They seek highly stimulating environments and groups of people they can interact with. They tend to be warm, affectionate and very good at reading faces which they use to select others that will reward them with positive experiences. Read More
With their focus inside, introverts can come off as more reserved, which can be taken for shyness. Introverts are curious, creative and solution oriented. They are also sociable people, but in general they prefer smaller groups and need time alone to create, play and recharge. Read More
More and more children today seem to be displaying extra sensitivities. As life becomes faster, louder and more demanding, more and more children seem to be trying to warn us to slow down. Unaware of the stresses we put on ourselves, we can’t notice the stresses we cause our children. Just checking our phone in the middle of the night will cause enough light to enter our eyes to change our internal body clock. This causes circadian rhythm disorder, which, ironically, prompts us to keep checking the phone in the middle of the night to see what time it is.