What is the best thing about parenting? The joy that our children bring us.
The worst thing? Sometimes we just don't know what makes them tick.
Parenting can be a tough gig, as every child is unique. Identifying the personality types of both you and your offspring can give you insights that will change your life - and your children's lives!
In Who Is This Monster (or Treasure) In My House?, Kate shares her forty years of coaching experience - in business, schools and parenting workshops, and through raising her own two 'monsters' - to explain and teach you how to recognise your children's innate personality gifts and treasures.
Using humour, facts and fun, she shares the personality tools that provide you with a new understanding and knowledge about the personalities in your household. Solutions and helpful hints build skills and resilience that will help you solve the 'monster' moments and connect with your 'treasures' more than ever before.
Start your personality journey now - you won't be disappointed.
|Publisher:||Grammar Factory Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents
PART 1: Finding the 'diamonds' in yourself and your partner
- Chapter 1: Extravert or Introvert Parent/Partner
- Chapter 2: Sensing or Intuitive Parent/Partner
- Chapter 3: Thinking or Feeling Parent/Partner
- Chapter 4: Judging or Perceiving Parent/Partner
- Part 1: Action: Summarise your Personality Type
PART 2: Finding the personality 'jewels' in your child/children
- Chapter 5: Extravert or Introvert Child
- Chapter 6: Sensing or Intuitive Child
- Chapter 7: Thinking or Feeling Child
- Chapter 8: Judging or Perceiving Child
- Part 2: Action: Summarise your child's Personality Type
PART 3: Finding the 'gold' in your relationships with your child/children
- Chapter 9: Extravert - Introvert Parent/Child Relationships
- Chapter 10: Sensing - Intuition Parent/Child Relationships
- Chapter 11: Thinking - Feeling Parent/Child Relationships
- Chapter 12: Judging - Perceiving Parent/Child Relationships
Appendix: Active listening