28 January 2015
Category:
Determine Type
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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO PROFILING YOUR CHILDREN SUCCESSFULLY

“What Energy Type is my daughter?” “Will you look at a picture of my son and profile him, Carol?” “I think I know my child’s Type, but can you just tell me if I am right or not?” I hear questions like these from parents frequently. So, if you have read The Child Whisperer book and you’re […]


21 January 2015
Category:
Parenthood
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TO EVERY PARENT WHO DISAGREES WITH ME

A guest post from Kathy West, Type 2 contributing writer for The Child Whisperer. Let’s call a truce, you and I. We may not do this parenting thing exactly the same way. We may not agree about a certain issue or decision for our children. But if the village is at war, it has a […]


14 January 2015
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TEENAGE BEAUTY GUIDE: WHEN TO INTRODUCE YOUR DAUGHTER TO MAKEUP

Every woman wants to be beautiful. This begins at a very young age. And girls tend to notice makeup a lot sooner than in days past. It’s common for 4th and 5th grade girls who are about 10 and 11 years old to be drawn to lipstick and blush. If you have a daughter, you are […]


7 January 2015
Category:
Communication
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ONE EASY ACTIVITY YOU CAN DO TO IMPROVE YOUR PARENT/CHILD RELATIONSHIP

What are your hopes for your family in 2015? What do you want to experience more of as a parent? Maybe there is a child in your family who you would like to create more positive experiences with. Imagine your situation playing out exactly how you would like it to. Ask yourself what would it […]


31 December 2014
Category:
Holidays
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YEAR IN REVIEW: TOP POSTS OF 2014 AND LOOKING AHEAD TO 2015

I hope this has been a positive year with your children! My goal with The Child Whisperer blog is to give you tools and insights each week to support you in your parenting. Now that 2015 is almost here, it’s time for a little “year in review.” We compiled a list of our most popular posts over […]


24 December 2014
Category:
Create Joy
Holidays
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THE INSIGHT WRAPPED UP IN YOUR CHILD’S GIFTS

Your children send a message when they give you gifts. Do you know what it is? Find out with this guest post by Kathy West, Type 2 editor of The Child Whisperer: If your child gives you rocks, pay attention. Quick story: Whenever we went on walks, my 4-year-old daughter found and gave me rocks. I often left […]


17 December 2014
Category:
Holidays
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2 GIFTS YOUR CHILD DESPERATELY WANTS BUT WON’T ASK YOU FOR

It’s that time of year! Are you happy and excited or are you stressed and tired? I’ve noticed that moms tend to take on a lot this time of year but they don’t always cut back on other things. We just add more stuff to our schedules. And that can add a lot of stress! Which […]


10 December 2014
Category:
Resolve Conflict
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FIGHTING SIBLINGS: HOW TO REMOVE THEIR NEED TO FIGHT

“MOM!?!” They yell in unison from the other room. Maybe your heart sinks because you know they’ve been fighting. Or maybe you feel yourself get hot with anger because you’re so tired of it! Your higher energy children may actually be trying to tell you something. I want to show you how to turn what […]


3 December 2014
Category:
Parenthood
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THE PUBERTY TALK: GIVING YOUR CHILD A BOOST OF CONFIDENCE

It’s an exciting but sometimes uncomfortable time. Your child is quickly growing, but are you ready for their questions? Or how about the possibility that they may not know how to ask you their questions? This is a key reason you need to support them by taking initiative with this topic. Talking about puberty with […]


26 November 2014
Category:
Create Joy
Holidays
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SUCCESSFUL PARENTING: YOU’VE GOT THIS! 6 REASONS WHY I AM GRATEFUL FOR YOU

I want to applaud you today. Yes, you! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I’m taking this opportunity to express my gratitude for each one of you for the wonderful parents that you are. You’ve succeeded already! Often we feel like success is measured in results or in perfection. But when it comes to parenting, I believe […]


19 November 2014
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THE EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON ADULT CHILDREN: HOW TO PREVENT AND HEAL THEM

Do you remember being little and hearing your parents fighting? Or maybe you felt torn between your parents, or responsible for their conflict. It was awful, wasn’t it? If you have divorced parents, then you’ve had a front-row seat to marriage failing. You know the pain that comes with divorce. Maybe you’re afraid of marrying […]