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|Description:||vi, 410 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Why every parent and grandparent should read this book --
Could you be wounding your child and not even know it? --
What is a child whisperer? --
What is your goal as a parent? --
How to become a child whisperer --
Introduction to energy profiling --
The 4 types of children --
How to profile babies and toddlers --
Which type is my child? --
How to identify your child's secondary energy type --
The 4 types of parents : motivations, challenges, and tips --
Popular parenting approaches that do not work for all types of children --
The real reason children rebel --
How your family culture may be wounding your child --
How the public education system may be woulding your child --
How your religious culture may be wounding your child --
What about labels? --
Teh top 5 things I did that I am really proud of as a parent --
What I would have done differently if I knew this earlier --
Using your new found child whisperer skills.
WorldCat User Reviews (1)
Tuttle continues plagiarizing the same sources (see my reviews). Examples:
Style Strategy: Winning the Appearance Game:
Segerstrom: "Type Three with a Type Four secondary" "T3-4"
Tuttle: "Type 3" "secondary Type 4"
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