Parenting: Loving Your Child’s Personality
Whether you have one child or twelve, here is one way to have happier relationships in your home, by loving your child’s personality.
Consider the following scenarios…
Susie was quietly finishing her homework when the door to her bedroom suddenly burst open letting in the unbridled wailing of her little brother Bobby. “Mom, he’s doing it again! I can’t get my work done.”
The doorbell rings; you answer it but can’t step back out of the way to let the repairman in because your three-year-old has wrapped herself around your legs. No matter how you coax little Mary, she will not budge… her face buried snugly against your thigh trembling in fear.
“I just don’t get it, Amanda is a bright girl, how can she manage to forget her homework for the third time this week?”
Children… yours, mine, or theirs… as soon as you figure the first one out the next one throws you a personality curve ball and you’re back at stage one. Ya gotta love em’ but sometimes it’s not easy. What’s a parent or caregiver to do?
If this sounds like your family or your neighbors, I invite you to take a listen below to an interview I did with Barbara Nixon, author of “The Birth to Five Book” we discuss parenting success strategies everyone can benefit from.
I will be sharing family-focused tips and strategies in the future to encourage and equip you to make a difference in your community, at home, and in the workplace. My heart has been burdened with the breakdown 0f the Christian family unit, especially in America. I’ve said again and again that Satan doesn’t need to use supernatural forces to attack the kingdom of God in America, he uses busyness, financial strife, and immoral deceptions to weaken us to the point of accepting his terms of defeat.
If you are like me and you desire to stand against the enemy then I’ve got great news, you’re not alone!
Meet me at the front door as we discover together how to reclaim, refresh, and rebuild our family one brick at a time via, our Blueprint for Hope… Linda