Temperament Podcast: Episode 2

Did you know the best ways to spend time with and make memories with your children and loved ones depends on their temperament?

What is meaningful and the “best day ever” for one person may look completely different for someone else! One of the best tools you can possibly have as you navigate parenting and relationships is understanding temperaments!

In this Podcast with Kathleen and Roz Mignogna, we are discussing what kind of activities and ideas will be the most meaningful and exciting based on  temperaments!

Click play on our YouTube video above to listen to the podcast, or click play below to listen to the audio stream.

If you are new to this Temperament subject, may I encourage you to listen to our first podcast:

Click here to listen to Episode 1 if you missed it!

We would LOVE to hear what you think about our podcast! Do you have any ideas for creating meaningful moments based on what you’ve hear here? If you have any questions, please send them our way with a comment or by contacting us. We’d love to answer questions on the next podcast!

 Show Notes and Resources

Download my ebook on temperaments! Know what to expect from your children and family members by understanding everyone’s temperaments!

Think you child has ADD or a behavioral disorder? Sometimes it’s not a medical thing, it’s a temperament thing. But either way, we’d love to share essential oils (concentrated plant extracts) with you because they have dramatically helped us balance some frustrating behavioral issues! Either click on Roz’s essential oils page or contact Roz with questions.

Remember to visit Roz Mignogna’s website, Real Food Family!

Homework!

Ask everyone in the family what their “perfect day” looks like. This will tell you a lot about everyone’s unique temperament. Based on your answers and what you’ve learned from the podcast, plan something memorable for each person this week! Feel free to share how it goes in the comments below!

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.