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Watch the legend, folks. Parents of children with special needs know this truth deeply and they feel the truth of the meme at the top of this post deeper still.
Yesterday on The PediaBlog , we caught a glimpse of the emotions parents of children with special needs feel in the daily struggle to raise a child with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. But ADHD is just one of many cognitive-behavioral and medical conditions that challenge children, families, teachers, pediatricians, and neighbors.
Rather, there can be a number of challenges related to one or more primary diagnosis. Regardless of the specific diagnosis or diagnoses, parents of children with special needs often feel alone, unsupported, unloved, and misunderstood while at the same time comforting, supporting, and loving their child with every fiber of their being. A friend of mine posted this open letter recently on Facebook that resonated with me.
While I envision every parent of a child with special needs nodding along knowingly as they read it, I hope this letter, posted here with the permission of the author, resonates with every parent. Special needs parenting is isolating, scary, and completely heart-wrenching.
This gig comes with an unfair share of stress, strained relationships, and uncertainty. It was very enlightening. However, there were some topics that I think could have been written in a way that was easier to follow. The biggest challenge of this book is getting through the first section. The first section discussed the history of type theory and some of the broad ideas behind it however without any background in type theory I found it difficult to follow.
So if you pick up this book be aware that the author assumes some knowledge of type theory going in. The second section of this book describes the different elements of type theory and how the different independent elements of a personality type fit together. I actually had a moment while reading chapter 5 that it all clicked for me and I had to go back and skim all of the previous chapters again but once the elements of type fell into place the rest of the book was very easy to follow and made a great deal of sense.
Sections 3 4 and 5 are about using type knowledge in your daily life. I personally have already found uses for it. My husband and I are exact opposite personality types and after reading this book I have found that I am able to frame requests and issues in a way that he better understands. This has led to an incredible improvement in how we communicate. I have also used this information in my communications with co workers and seen a marked improvement.
Overall, I strongly recommend this book. It is not like a horoscope that will tell you how you or someone else is going to respond although it is tempting to try to assume that you know how someone else is going to behave once you think you know what their type is but that is not the purpose of this book. This book is great for illuminating how you naturally perceive issues and helping you make sure that when you communicate with other people you are aware of the possible weaknesses of your perspective.
This book will also help you learn to frame your thoughts in a way that other people can more easily understand. I would particularly recommend this book for managers of any kind. Nov 11, J Marie rated it it was ok. I found this book repetitive, dry, and unhelpful compared to other things I've been reading on type theory.
I understand that the authors wanted to keep things as scientific as possible, not relying on anecdotes to communicate their points, but honestly after reading through every single chart giving one more nearly identical component of type, I still don't feel I found this book repetitive, dry, and unhelpful compared to other things I've been reading on type theory.
I understand that the authors wanted to keep things as scientific as possible, not relying on anecdotes to communicate their points, but honestly after reading through every single chart giving one more nearly identical component of type, I still don't feel like I learned a lot of new things.
Lawrence's People Types and Tiger Stripes on type and learning theory. I think I wanted both more theory and more application rather than the relentless description that tried to come at type from every angle possible but failed to add much depth if you've already read a lot on it.
I think something that made it difficult for me to engage from early on was that when briefly discussing type dynamics and the functional stack, this book gives a different pattern than every other source including Gifts Differing I've seen - it says the tertiary function is the same orientation as the auxiliary.
I have not seen that anywhere else and no sources were given, no discussion as to controversy or departure from a norm I'll admit that colored my experience of the rest of the book. Jul 08, Jason rated it it was amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed the informative nature and clear presentation of the MBTI structure and foundational basis. I personally found the "dry" aspects as others put it the most useful. The outlines and bullet points made for great references, and were always followed by practical stories and personal experiences which helped to apply each concept to real world examples.
The book briefly touches on the importance and relevance Carl Jung played "who will speak for the wolf? But the real worth of this read is learning how effectively understand, communicate with and value the unique differences in others.
I've skimmed a lot of a MBTI personality books, but this is the first one that I've read straight through. The organization and chapters were done well. Instead of just giving general differences between the types, the book is broken into smaller sections that look at each type's differences in areas such as: communication, emotional intelligence, motivators, stressor, thinking patters, etc.
This book will definitely be a resource I will reference in the future. Possibly a 5-star when compared t I've skimmed a lot of a MBTI personality books, but this is the first one that I've read straight through. I was expecting the book to give me more in-depth analysis of the 16 different Myers Briggs personality types but each chapter tends to give a general overview of that particular theme e.
Needless to say, this book was not what I expected and hence, my "ok" rating. Thought I have to admit, the title elicited several chuckles among work colleagues! This is a good follow-on book. You need to have some understanding of personailty typing, particulary the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, in order to get the best out of this work. Rather than providing the reader with descriptions of each type, it delves into the realms of how to develop weaker parts of the personality, how to recognise reactions in oneself and in other types, and how to deal with them.
Nov 24, Dawn rated it liked it. I'm thinking 3. I've been dipping in and out of this book for a few months and finally finished it. I identify strongly with my MBTI personality type and this book has lots of interesting information about how my dominant and secondary functions manifest themselves in everyday situations.
Parts of it are a little dry, but mostly it moved right along and kept my attention. Jul 27, Abdullah Al-Elewah rated it really liked it. Great book, which explain the importance of understanding the personality type. One can discover his own type in the first chapters. It helped me to understand people around me starting with my family and close friends. I recommend this book for who is interested in the MBTI theory of personality types.
Jul 22, Elena rated it really liked it. Really great Meyers-Briggs type of personality profiling. Gives you some insights into your personality. However, StrengthQuest by Gallup is so far and beyond better.
I think there is a book out there called Strengths 2. I highlighted a lot of information I thought was interesting and useful.
Occasionally, I flip open this book to review those parts. It's pretty easy. I like the way MBTI is explained in this book and the lay-out.
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