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Should I adjust my parenting to match my child's temperament?

Should I adjust my parenting to match my child's temperament?


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Psychologist Susan Bartell: There are three basic temperaments that kids can have, starting from when they're 3 to 4 months: easy, slow to warm up, or difficult.

Now you have to be careful not to pigeonhole your child into one type of temperament because even within those three areas there's a lot of gray.

And as kids get older and become toddlers and older children, you can start to see changes in their temperaments and personality. And you want to make sure that you're very open, that you don't treat them always in a certain way, based on what you think their temperament is, because that's what's going to help them grow and develop the fullest personality that they can.

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Psychologist Susan Bartell: There are three basic temperaments that kids can have, starting from when they're 3 to 4 months: easy, slow to warm up, or difficult.

Now you have to be careful not to pigeonhole your child into one type of temperament because even within those three areas there's a lot of gray.

And as kids get older and become toddlers and older children, you can start to see changes in their temperaments and personality. And you want to make sure that you're very open, that you don't treat them always in a certain way, based on what you think their temperament is, because that's what's going to help them grow and develop the fullest personality that they can.


Watch the video: 4 Steps to Fit Your Parenting to Your Childs Temperament (July 2022).


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