What type of activity is ideal for a ‘C’ child between the ages of 9-13 years old?

‘C’ style children like to know specifically what they are doing and why. They prefer organized and sequenced activities. Pell-mell group activities are not recommended for them. (DISCInsights 1985-2019)

How is it to spend leisure time with an enneagram moralizer type 1 parent?

According to Janet Levine, parents with the enneagram moralizer type (1) personality “have no leeway to schedule time off for pleasure and fun.” They are so focused on fulfilling their responsibilities as parents that they find spending leisure time as a hindrance to their parenting goals because they have too much to do. These parents […]

What X shows Y in the team? (X – strengths, qualities, Y – type)

According to the author Pershina T.A., EIE, IEI, EII, IEE are “masters of advertising and diplomats; they are pleased to take up the issue of recreation and holiday events. They establish the necessary contact with the right people, talk about exciting exhibitions, and at the same time, do it emotionally and incendiary.” (Pershina T.A., 2009.)

How is it to spend leisure time with an enneagram entertainer type 7 parent?

According to Janet Levine, parents with the enneagram entertainer type (7) personality “dislike doing the same thing twice.” They want to have fun with their children in their leisure time but also want to switch between activities. Their habit of trying out new things may not appeal to children who may be interested in a […]

How is it to spend leisure time with an enneagram questioner type 6 parent?

According to Janet Levine, parents with the enneagram questioner type (6) personality know how to “relax and become permissive.” They reveal their jolly side when they are in a trusting atmosphere. They are open with their children and join in on the fun, laughing, cracking jokes and exhibiting their wit. Questioner parents can be easy-going […]

How is it to leisure with an enneagram observer type 5 parent?

Observer type (5) parents “like to watch events rather than be involved.” They are present when their children are playing but would rather watch them from far and observe them. It can often cause the children to think that their parents are not interested, although they are invested in them. Observer parents must interact with […]

The field of activity of sensory ethics

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., these are characteristics of The field of activity of the sensory ethics: Sensors-ethics are inherent in the social sphere of action; this is “Social.” Sensory sets socials on comfort and pragmatism, and ethics give them emotions and involvement in relationships. These include trade, catering, healthcare, social […]

Recommendations for raising a child type Analyst LII (INTj)

Authors’ proposals Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A. for parents to raise a child like an Analyst are the following: “Create around them an atmosphere of friendliness and fun, positive emotions. Encourage his friendship with peers, provide favorable conditions for their joint pastime. “ Do not cultivate an armchair person and a homebody in it; arrange […]

Introversion – Extraversion

According to Ananev A.E., features of Introverted vs. extroverted children are: “Seeing an introvert child (who is unfavorable from child neurology), I recommend his parents to communicate with the child frequently so that the attention of the child about the outside world is not narrowed by an outstretched hand and is more often directed outwardly; […]

How to help your child develop leadership Pentacles?

According to Prokofiev V.G, these are the recommendations on developing “pentacles” leadership: It is necessary to pull out the Pentacle children as little as possible for their commitment to continue what has already begun and to rejoice in each one of the small but real results of their activities. It is essential in this to […]