I was on line at a local discount store and overheard a heartbreaking conversation between a Mom and her son this week. It was easy to spot how busy this Mom was, she was juggling a few things, was obviously frustrated that the line was going too slow and kept telling her son to stop looking around and just 'stand still'.…
I want my son to know that God made him special. There's only one Samuel in the world like my son. By going through the information in Deb's book my son and our family will learn his wiring so we can understand and love each other better through the potentially difficult years of development that are ahead of us…
There is a delightful new book out for children ages 2-8 called I Wanna Be Me written by my friend Joanne Miller. This book is a true gift for children who want to express their personality as they were uniquely created and feel great about the person they are not who they are not.
In this wonderful prose illustrated with rich whimsical characters and pictures, children skip through the inner thoughts and feelings of a… Continue
Added by Deb Ingino on January 17, 2010 at 7:00pm —
We Received this question on twitter and thought we would share the answer with our My Wired Style Community.
My kids strengths and weaknesses overlap. So how do I encourage my D’s intense passion but also teach him self control?
This is indeed an age old problem with D’s regardless of age. The intense passion of a D is the fuel that provides them with the charge for accomplishment in their life. And helping a D to find the balance is indeed a major… Continue
Added by Deb Ingino on December 3, 2009 at 2:21pm —
If you think about it a farmer doesn’t ‘grow’ anything. The farmer can’t ‘make’ a seed germinate and mature nor make a tree bear fruit. What the farmer can do however is to provide a potent atmosphere for growth and maturity.
The farmer prepares the soil through tilling and fertilizing, ensuring the precise conditions exist to sustain growth. The farmer ensures that the seeds are planted in the soil at the right depth. The farmer… Continue