We all want to be better parents and get frustrated when the things we say or do don’t seem to get through to our children. We often refer to experts to help guide us to being able to more effectively I have never been a big fan of parenting books for one simple reason–they often have a “one-size-fits-all” attitude when it comes to kids. It’s as though the authors forget that every child is different and, what might work for one might not work for the other. That’s why, when I received my copy of “The Child Whisperer” by Carol Tuttle, I was a bit skeptical. However, as soon as I started reading, I knew this book was different.
The most notable difference is that Tuttle identifies four different types of children, breaking them down by primary connection, primary need, and primary movement. It’s not to say that every child falls perfectly in any one category but it gives a strong basis for understanding our kids and their wants and needs. Understanding your child’s primary and secondary types helps make relating to them easier and it really makes a lot of sense. This book has really helped me with my own children and I am sure it will do the same for anyone else.
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