Different Children, Different Needs: Understanding the Unique Personality of Your Child by Charles F. BoydBiblical parenting involves encouraging, exhorting, and empathizing with children according to their unique needs and character. This re-release of Different Children, Different Needs clarifies what the Bible means when it commands us to train up a child in the way he should go (Proverbs 22:6). It teaches moms and dads how to understand the personality God has given each of their children and how to tailor their parenting styles to meet their childrens needs. Pastor Charles Boyd uses the popular DISC personality assessment model to help parents better recognize, accept, and appreciate their kids temperaments.
IF ONLY YOUR PARENTS HAD READ THIS BOOK...
Do you know whether your child is determined, influencing, soft-hearted, or conscientious?
The key to effective parenting is knowing what motivates your child.
The information and tools provided in Different Children, Different Needs will take the mystery out of the way you interact with each other. Youll begin to realize things you never understood about the best way to relate to each unique son or daughter.
Your children will come to realize how God has designed and gifted them, growing in confidence and finding a sense of belonging. And youll enjoy the fulfilling parenting experience youve always wished for.
Story Behind the Book
Based on the biblical teaching of Proverbs 22:6, the principles in this book can become the backbone for everything you do as a parent. If you dont practice the big picture principle presented in Different Children, Different Needs , your kids will be negatively affected. But if you take Proverbs 22:6 seriously and seek to apply what you find in this book, your children will come to understand how God has designed and gifted them. They will grow to have both a sense of confidence and a sense of belonging. Just when you master the art of parenting one child, here comes another—and theyre different as night and day. You must learn how to tailor your own unique parenting style to meet your childrens special needs more effectively.
This simple resource helps you understand, accept, appreciate, and enjoy your children…and their God-given temperaments.
What Makes a Child Special?
Dianna is a writer with a background in education and business. She writes to inspire and encourage others. We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today. Only when you are aware of the uniqueness of everyone's individual body will you begin to have a sense of your own self-worth. I think we should all be tolerant of each other and embrace each other's strengths and differences and uniqueness and beauty. I praise you God because I am fearfully and wonderfully made, your works are wonderful, I know full well.
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Karla Afritalisa Primary Each Child Is Unique
I remember the comments I would make, how one or the other was like Rob or myself or even like one of my siblings. Now, there is nothing wrong with that, however, I believe I did it too much in the early days, which, I believe, can unintentionally devalue their uniqueness. Whilst there will always be characteristics our children will inherit through our complex DNA, over time I have learned that it is important to focus more on the person that they are, unique and wonderful, rather than on who they share a likeness to. A few years ago, at Little Miracles, there was a child that made a statement that has stayed with me. He was the boss of his name.