in-depth analysis of the child’s behavior
The adult can either read the interpretation alone or with the child. You may wish to discuss the information with the child or apply the information at appropriate times.
The analysis reflects what all adults know: every child is different, even children in the some family; each needs a different approach.
A simple device guides you to the appropriate interpretation to help you understand and guide the child more effectively.
look at what it contains:
You receive a description of the child’s “feeling state” or disposition. The identification helps adults to accept the child who is different from adults and to appreciate the child who is easy to get along with.
Every child seeks a “unique place in the sun.” Puzzling or illogical behavior becomes understandable when adults understand the goal and can smooth the child’s path.
judges others by:
Understanding how children judge others helps adults to appreciate their preference in companions. And adults can develop their tolerance for those who are different from themselves.
influence others by:
This section describes the child’s strengths and impact on others. It enables adults to identify the positives for the child and to reinforce those behaviors. It also helps adults build the child’s self-esteem.
value to the group:
Adults can use this information to help the child find a place in the group which is necessary to develop a sense of role and worth among peers.
This information pinpoints how strengths can become weaknesses and enables adults to guide children in keeping strengths in the positive range.
Children react differently to pressure. They may be stubborn, rebellious, or uncommunicative. This section identifies the child’s behavior and looks beyond to the cause. .
With this knowledge, adults can teach the child to use the positive energy of fear and to diminish hostility.
would increase effectiveness with more:
These suggestions provide the adult with ways to help children realize their full potential.