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Ask Carol! Question of the Week: How do you motivate a child true to their nature? Type 3- The swift, determined child!

Every child is born with an inherent, core nature that expresses effortlessly when supported by their parents.  Knowing your child’s true nature and how to approach your child true to their nature will motivate your child to successful outcomes in most area’s of their life.  Whether it is homework,chores, socializing or getting along with siblings, knowing the tricks and tips Carol teaches will help you be more effective as a parent and have more peace and fun with your children.  Learn your child’s true nature at http://www.myenergyprofile.com


Carol Tuttle

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, healer, and best-selling author of five books. She has dedicated her life to helping people worldwide create the lives and relationships they desire. She blogs to support you in creating your ideal life.


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  • http://www.e-creaties.blogspot.com Erika

    Just a question, I am not a parent, I am a face-painter though and work with children on a regular base. How can i find out in about 2 seconds which type a child is?? It would make it so much easier to work with them even more swiftly ;-)
    Thanks.

    I am about to order Just my nature, which is your only book available about this in Holland.

  • Teresa McNeil

    So my type-3 some is 3.5 and we are having our struggles with potty training. He refuses to go potty, even though he has done it a few times. He likes to flush the toilet, and all those other stages of knowing when a child is ready except he REFUSES to learn. He is definitly swift and determined in everything he does. I am trying really hard to not get in power struggles with him, but somedays, especially in the store, it can get really difficult. So I am looking for some tips on how to potty train my son who is so determined that we end up giving in. I am a type 2 with a type 4 husband. This whole process has my husband stepping out of the whole process because he can’t handle it or given up because our son is not meeting his expectation.
    Please Help!
    Teresa