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Our relationships are fuel for the soul. They keep us laughing, loving and crying. Relationships can be triggers. They can hurt. They also heal. Author Kate Mason has spent her career in relationships. Of course she has. Now she hosts her own podcast. In Personalities, Parenting and Partners, Kate shares her insight, intelligence and instructions on why relationships work... and why some don't. She also looks at how our personalities impact our relationships – whether they be with partners o ...
 
Make better decisions based on how your mind works. Personality Hacker teaches you the coding language of your mind and how to use it to create great relationships - a fulfilling career and happiness. Are you born with your personality, or does it develop over time? What is intuition? What's the fastest way to use your natural gifts to improve overall happiness? Join Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge as they discuss small changes in your personality and relationships that have big impact.
 
A podcast that brings personality type models into parenting! Sandra is a Family Type Practitioner, certified in Myers-Briggs personality type for both adults and children. Em is a mom, lawyer, "accidental politician" and personality type enthusiast. Together, they explore how Myers-Briggs, Enneagram and other personality type models can help change the way you see your family.
 
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Sandra and Em talk about how the cognitive function of Extraverted Sensing (nicknamed Responsive Sensing) shows up in kids. This function is used by kids who have ESTP, ESFP, ISTP and ISFP preferences in the Myers-Briggs personality type model. Full show notes Links and references: Cognitive Function Cheat Sheet Myers-Briggs Basics Donate! Check ou…
 
Sandra interviews 17 year old Isabelle Robledo to talk about how we can use Enneagram to teach mindfulness to kids. Full show notes You can find Isabelle's stuff here: Kids and Teens Mindfulness Workshop Isabelle’s website Isabelle’s Instagram Mindfulness for Kids Workbook More links: Donate! Check out my podcast page for episodes broken down by to…
 
Have you heard of it? The Egg Story? It has nothing to do with the chicken or what came first. This story is about that powerful, impossible and life-changing emotion, we all call Love. And how that four-letter word...that feeling...that place...can scramble our thoughts, our behaviours...our everything. In this debut episode of Personalities, Part…
 
Sandra interviews Jess, an ESTP parent of a 7 and 8 year old, who works in pharmaceutical sales. Full show notes Links and references: Cognitive Function Cheat Sheet Myers-Briggs Basics Donate! Check out my podcast page for episodes broken down by topic. Enlist Sandra's services to create a more peaceful dynamic in your family! Email us at familype…
 
Sandra and Em talk about how the cognitive function of Extraverted Sensing (nicknamed Responsive Sensing) shows up in parents. This function is used by people who have ESTP, ESFP, ISTP and ISFP preferences in the Myers-Briggs personality type model. Full show notes Links and references: Cognitive Function Cheat Sheet Myers-Briggs Basics Donate! Che…
 
Sandra and Em are back from their summer break! Join them as they share some Why Do They Do That moments and analyze: Why Em goes into “over functioning mode” in really difficult life moments Why Sandra feels stressed even when life is going well Full show notes Links and references: Myers-Briggs Basics Donate! Check out my podcast page for episode…
 
Sandra talks with Caitlin, a mom of three boys, about how learning her family’s Myers-Briggs types has helped her in her parenting. The Myers-Briggs types found in Caitlin's family are: INFJ, INFP, ENFP, ESTP and ENTJ Click here for full show notes. FAMILY PERSONALITIES WILL RETURN IN AUG 2021!!! Subscribe so you don't miss us! Links and references…
 
Sandra and Em chat with Holly and Bec from the I Love You Too Much to Argue Podcast about Love Languages in our kids. What are Love Languages and why is it helpful to understand them in our family? What are some things we can look for in our kids to identify their primary Love Language and how can we show love to them in that way? Click here for fu…
 
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