What High and Low "Movement" Mean in The Child Whisperer
Published July 9, 2018
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    Are you misinterpreting your child's movement? The Child Whisperer describes 4 Types of children. Type 1 and 3 express high movement. Type 2 and 4 express lower movement. But what does that actually mean? Aren't all kids busy and active? Carol and Anne clarify what "movement" means in The Child Whisperer. High and low-movement children are not defined by how MUCH they move, but the quality of HOW they move. Listen in to profile your child clearly. This week’s Parenting Practice Set the intention that your child will make their Type so obvious to you this week that you will see it clearly. (You can do this whether you're uncertain or confident of your child's Type.) Stop questioning and move forward, trusting that your child is helping you understand them better. Learn more from Carol each week! Visit thechildwhisperer.com and receive Carol and Anne's weekly Parenting Practice right to your inbox.
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