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Why don't you understand? : improve family communication with the 4 thinking styles

Author: Susie Leonard Weller
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : Parenting Press, [2009] ©2009
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Arguing that how people think and how they naturally prefer to communicate is inborn, this study demystifies recent research to explain why some relationships function so smoothly while others are a constant struggle. Susie Weller describes the four distinct ways the human brain gathers and processes informationemphasizing that none is better than the othersand shows how readers can strengthen their least favorite  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Weller, Susie Leonard.
Why don't you understand?
(DLC) 2007044855
(OCoLC)180576035
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susie Leonard Weller
ISBN: 9781936903160 1936903164 1336022116 9781336022119
OCLC Number: 904438902
Description: 1 online resource (144 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Your thinking style shapes your parenting --
Apply brain research to strengthen your parenting --
Use four styles to teach discipline and life skills --
Speak so others will understand you --
Explore how your child's brain learns best --
Support Whole Brain decision making --
Nurture mental diversity --
Respect how each thinking style manages stress --
Strengthen your brain and build your relationships.
Responsibility: Susie Leonard Weller ; illustrated by Elizabeth Wagele.
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Arguing that how people think and how they naturally prefer to communicate is inborn, this study demystifies recent research to explain why some relationships function so smoothly while others are a constant struggle. Susie Weller describes the four distinct ways the human brain gathers and processes informationemphasizing that none is better than the othersand shows how readers can strengthen their least favorite thinking style in order to communicate more effectively with others. This skill can then be applied to any number of relationships, including parenting.

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