Myers-Briggs® Personality Types and Parenting
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Myers-Briggs® Personality Types and Parenting

Every child wants to be understood by their parents. Every child wants to be appreciated for what makes them unique. Every child wants an opportunity to be heard, and to be allowed to be themselves. Most parents want to give this sense of understanding and individuality to their children, but it’s easier said than done….

Is Arguing Your Child’s Learning Style?
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Is Arguing Your Child’s Learning Style?

When it comes to learning styles, people often analyze children for various traits that would classify them as visual learners, audio learners, kinesthetic learners, and so on. However, did you know that arguing is actually a learning style for various personality types? I know this might be met with a lack of enthusiasm by parents…

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Debunking the Arguments Against Myers-Briggs

When I discovered the Myers and Briggs’ theory of personality typing, I was filled with so much excitement over what it meant to me and my friends and family. I couldn’t wait to study those around me and figure out their ‘types’, and understand and interact with them better. However, because I’m still a skeptic…