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Nurturing Your Child’s Personality – Hettie Brittz Day 1 (Best of 2018)

God has uniquely designed your child! In this two day Focus on the Family broadcast, Jim Daly and John Fuller are joined by South African mom Hettie Brittz, author of Growing Kids with Character. She shares on the four main personality types of children and how parents can better nurture, communicate, and discipline them. Palm trees are jovial individuals with a love for people. Rose bushes are fast and determined leaders. Boxwoods are quality controller perfectionists. And Pine trees are peaceful and calm. Hettie shares on what to do when you child is a hybrid of the types, when your personality clashes with your child, and how to help shape and grow the spiritual character of your child.

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