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A Spiritual Growth Plan for Your Phlegmatic Child By Connie Rossini,

  • Title: A Spiritual Growth Plan for Your Phlegmatic Child
  • Author: Connie Rossini
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Is your child mild mannered, quiet, and slow to adapt to change Does he like to sleep, hate to clean his room, and do other work sluggishly Does he avoid conflict and hide his emotions This book was written for you Discover how to motivate your child to use his talents, increase his confidence, and strengthen his servant leadership skills Teach him to pray mental prayIs your child mild mannered, quiet, and slow to adapt to change Does he like to sleep, hate to clean his room, and do other work sluggishly Does he avoid conflict and hide his emotions This book was written for you Discover how to motivate your child to use his talents, increase his confidence, and strengthen his servant leadership skills Teach him to pray mental prayer from a young age A Spiritual Growth Plan for Your Phlegmatic Child will support you and your spouse as first teachers of the faith Help your child become the person God meant him to be.
    A Spiritual Growth Plan for Your Phlegmatic Child Is your child mild mannered quiet and slow to adapt to change Does he like to sleep hate to clean his room and do other work sluggishly Does he avoid conflict and hide his emotions This book was w

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    1. s your child pleasant as can be until there are chores to be done Yessiree The author poses several questions like this to help you see the phlegmatic traits in your own child or lack thereof While I don t think my child is a full blown phlegmatic, according to the author few people rarely fit perfectly into a single category, she has definite leanings Being able to put a label on the behavior is eye opening I have a better understanding as to why my middle schooler finds math and cleaning her r [...]

    2. If you travel in certain circles, you often hear people talk about their choleric child or such a sanguine spouse If this is you, then this book will seem like a natural progression in the temperaments theory revival Although there isn t much here that probably hasn t been written already on rearing children according to temperaments the series is an extended treatment A good way to think about this book for folks who are not into typologies or quizzes is that temperament theories help scrutiniz [...]

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