The "Dominant Director" child you are raising is going to be a leader. They were born to lead. The question is, what kind of leader are they going to be? Will they lead by power and control, intimidation and trampling others? Or will they learn how to be humble and how to treat all people with dignity? Will they learn to value all the other personalities around them?
You will learn critical relationship, dynamics, and communication strategies for BLENDING BETTER and BRIGHTER as a cohesive family, even if you are each very different from one another.
We're in a four-week series about family dynamics and personality differences called, "Here We Go through Uniquely United 2.0." It's an eye-opening opportunity to learn how to improve family relationships by discovering the differences between you in how you think. This week we learn about the Sensitive Server. We're examining FOUR COMBINATIONS of personality traits, one combination each of the four weeks. As we take this tour through the unique family members in your home, we'll look at the following characteristics for each type:
✅What they FEAR
✅How to MOTIVATE them
✅What brings them JOY
✅How they view RULES
✅What they VALUE
✅Their Greatest STRENGTH
✅Ways to IMPROVE
✅Why they get ANGRY or HURT
✅Their Greatest NEEDS
When we start understanding ourselves and when we start teaching our kids to understand themselves and each other as well, we can really fine-tune our personality, allowing the good parts to SHINE, and allowing the weaknesses to be sharpened.
By listening to the Uniquely United series on the Practically Speaking MOM Podcast you are helping your child to be able to shine in a way that is a blessing to others. We're not trying to diminish that personality type, but at the same time, we want them to learn about themselves and be honing their personality to make it something that can mesh with the rest of the family,
God has called us to love one another. He's called us to be at peace with one another. He even says, they'll know us by our love, by the way, we love one another. A big way that we love one another within a family is to be considerate of the other personalities around you and be willing to speak each other's language a little bit more.
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