How Thinking/Creating Parents Often See Kids

Thinking Creating (T/C), “releasing” parents often see their kids as capable of learning valuable lessons by making mistakes. When their kids do make mistakes, these parents trust them to work things out for themselves. As a result, kids of T/C …

MORE ABOUT THINKING/CREATING PARENTS

Thinking/Creating parents see the big picture and ask the big questions. They want to get to the “roots” of things, to understand the significance of them, and to make meaning out of them. They question the relevance of things that …

PARENTING STYLE OF THINKING/CREATING PARENTS

Thinking/Creating (T/C) parents are flexible with rules and have relaxed stPublic School Alternativesandards for order and efficiency. Their parenting style could be called “releasing.” These parents are passionate about their own pursuits and often simply let go of more routine, daily …

Kids of Performing Disposition Parents

Performing Disposition often correlates with a preference for whole body/hands on activities. These parents are almost always in motion, like adventure, and enjoy competition. They want to be on the go, and Performing Disposition kids and Relating/Inspiring kids are likely …

Performing Disposition Parents Have Limits

At some point, Performing Disposition parents reach their limit and “lay down the law.” Whether it’s too much noise, chaos, or whatever, there is apt to be a cycle to their parenting style and every few weeks or couple …

Performing Disposition Parenting Style

Parents with a Performing Learning-Working-Communicating Disposition are likely to have an “allowing” parenting style. These parents thrive on fun and flexibility. They are inclined to try to be a pal with their kids. They want spontaneity, freedom, and self-expression for …

Likely Results of Inventing Disposition Parenting

Kids who grow up with an emotionally distancing, Inventing Disposition parent are likely to have undeveloped social skills, low self-esteem, and/or a fear of failure. With little emotional connection or daily flow of caring interactions, age-appropriate expectations, and parental feedback, …

Inventing Disposition Parents And Kids Different From Them

Kids with different Learning-Working-Communicating Styles from their Inventing Disposition parents (IN) experience many challenges. Performing and Relating/Inspiring Disposition kids need lots more interaction, fun, play, and spontaneity than these parents enjoy or have to give. Producing kids need more structure, …