What are the personality characteristics of a ‘D’ child between the ages of 9-13 years old?

Children with a D-style personality tend to be headstrong and like to set objectives and make decisions on their own. (DISCInsights 1985-2019)

Which are the indicators of Owl (S) Children?

The 10 key indicators of Owl Children are: “Don’t like getting dirty, messy, or sticky Have a gift for taking things apart to understand how they work and can then put them back together Endlessly ask “why” and “what if” questions Are comfortable with routines that create consistency and order in their schedule Prefer mental […]

Which are the indicators of Dove (C) Children?

The 10 key indicators of Dove Children are: “Take their time when learning to walk Eat, drink, and move slowly and methodically Go to bed without a fight Get pleasure from helping others Play by the rules of others Bond strongly with a few close friends Are slow to adapt to new activities and void […]

Which are the indicators of Parrot (I) Children?

The 10 key indicators of Parrot Children are: “Happily get dirty or messy Add comedy and practical jokes to everyday life Have a limited attention span Need constant stimulation Have several groups of friends, such as neighborhoods, school, and sports Make up their own games or change the rules of existing games just to experience […]

Which are the indicators of Eagle (D) Children?

The 10 key indicators of Eagle Children are: “Crawl and walk early Can be bossy with other children React defiantly when they hear the word no Insist upon their own rules, such as determining their bedtime Don’t accept that others have authority over them, including teachers Stubbornly demand what they want Naturally lead others, controlling […]

What is the prevailing attitude of parents with the enneagram moralizer type 1 personality?

Parents with the enneagram moralizer type (1) personality “do it right or don’t do it at all.” They believe in being unique and are inspiring and uplifting as parents. They want to do everything for their children in the best way possible. These parents have high expectations of themselves and will strive to live up […]

Brief description of relations in a pair of ILE (ENTp) – ESE (ESFj)

In the relationship of activation in a pair of ILE – ESE, people are pushing each other’s activity. Relations are favorable, but there is no full compensation, fatigue from each other can grow due to different rhythms of life: one is a rational type (plans – ESE), the other – irrational type (tends to change […]

Brief description of Rationalists

According to the author, Prokofyeva T.N., rationalists are oriented “to reason and traditions, strive to live with the decision made, to have a firm ability and judgment on the main issues of life. If circumstances change, they need some time to get used to and adapt. These types are also called “judging” or “reasoning.” Additionally, […]

What is the prevailing attitude of parents with the enneagram peacekeeper type 9 personality?

Parents with the enneagram peacekeeper (9) type personality are “natural mediators.” They can understand the viewpoint of their children and don’t take the side of one child over another. These parents have a warm attitude and bond very well with their children. They are energized by the needs and wants of their children and do […]

What is the prevailing attitude of parents with the enneagram protector type 8 personality?

Parents with the enneagram protector type (8) personality are “confrontational and combative.” They use confrontation to find out what their children are thinking and how they stand up for themselves. These parents may get frustrated when children challenge their beliefs. It prevents their children from knowing their sentimental side, and they should have kindler interactions […]