Articles Archived on Other Websites
by Laurie Winslow Sargent
Your Child Today: 1 to 2 years Developmental Delays: How quickly should my child progress? (Previously published in Christian Parenting Today magazine; now at Kyria.com with Christianity Today International.)
Your Child Today: 8 to 11 years A Left-Handed Child in a Right-Handed World (Previously published in Christian Parenting Today magazine; now at Kyria.com with Christianity Today International.)
Delight in Your Child’s Design: How understanding his God-given personality traits can help you be a better parent. Previously published in Today’s Christian Woman magazine; now at Kyria.com with Christianity Today International. Led to writing the book, Delight in Your Child’s Design.
When Opposites Attack (Overcoming parent-child conflicts). Previously published in Focus on the Family magazine, now at family.org. Excerpt from the book Delight in Your Child’s Design, published by Tyndale and Focus on the Family.
Series at Focus on the Family (focusonthefamily.com):
Understanding Your Child’s Personality Traits: Some of your child’s behavior and activities are connected with personality traits while others have developed to cope with expectations. Ask yourself these questions to discern which come most naturally to your child.
When Personality Differences Lead to Difficulties: Understanding how personality differences may cause you to be irritated with your child can go a long way in helping you overcome frustration and effectively correct your child.
What Contributes to Personality Clashes: Not all personality clashes result from opposite personalities between parent and child. Here are other factors to consider.
Tips for Dealing With Personality Clashes: Here are seven ideas for keeping the right perspective, even when your child is driving you nuts.
All the personality related articles above were excerpts from the book Delight in Your Child’s Design, New copies of this book are available HERE at ParentChildPlay.com.
Articles about Laurie (Interviews)
Playing With Your Children Can Be More Than Fun and Games by Sarah Hamaker, at Crosswalk.com.