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DISC Baby Facts

Posted on 2019-04-05

I don’t know anyone else who has ever talked much about infants and DISC or tried to determine a newborn’s style, yet William Moulton Marston spent a lot of time discussing and writing about this topic. A proud father of a newborn infant, I joked about wanting an “S” baby so he would always be calm and peaceful. My friends at work think he will become a little “D” since the apple doesn’t always fall far from the tree. I guess this will be an interesting study of heredity vs environment and nurturing in determining a future personality style in little Michael.

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DISC Personality Lessons You Can Teach Your Children

Posted on 2019-03-08

You will never hear an argument about raising children is one of the most important jobs a parent has. Growing the little humans goes far beyond the proper feeding, dressing and teaching practical safety experience. All parents try to raise children with good manners, to do well in school and extracurricular activities, and how to land successful careers as grown-ups. As we are getting drawn into behavior, there is one tool that is very beneficial in your parenting arsenal. Understanding DISC personalities and behaviors helps every parent and child with behavioral and emotional upraising.

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Finding common ground for a happy marriage

Posted on 2019-02-12

I have a friend, let’s call him Bob, who has two failed relationships behind his back. We have all seen statistics of divorce rates hitting all-time highs, and it’s sad to learn that almost 50 percent of all marriages in the United States will end in divorce or separation. Even more shocking, researchers estimate that 60 percent of second marriages and 73 percent of all third marriages will also end in divorce. Fortunately, many of these partners will reach out to a life coach or counselor to help them out.

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Lessons Parents Teach Leaders

Posted on 2018-08-20

“As a parent, you’re compelled not by rules, but by values”

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DISC Love Languages

Posted on 2018-02-13

February is the time of year when our thoughts turn to love, relationships and romance. Mostly because it's Valentine's Day, but also because it's colder outside and love warms the heart! As you think about the best way to recognize your loved one, you should use DISC to inform your decision.

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Finally Forgiving My Family: DISC and Understanding the Perplexing Relationships Within a Family

Posted on 2016-04-22

“Eat the apple!” My father screamed as I fumbled at unlocking the front door. “No, I don’t have time. My ride is outside. I don’t want to make them mad,” I replied. “Fine! Then you are grounded!”

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DISC for Valentine’s Day: When it Comes to Personality, Do Opposites Attract?

Posted on 2015-02-06

My partner is, in many ways, the opposite of me. This doesn’t mean that we don’t love and understand each other—Just that we approach things very differently.

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Which Type of Mom are You?

Posted on 2014-05-08

Every day we should make a point of recognizing the moms in our lives for everything they’ve done for us over the years. Just as personality dictates how we think, act, and interact, it can also shape the kind of parent we become. Do you recognize your mom in any of the 4 different DISC mothering styles? Which type of mom are you?

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Top 10 Tips for Conflict Resolution

Posted on 2014-03-12

Different personality styles have a tendency to clash, and knowing your personality style and those around you can help diffuse rather than light a fuse situations. Read below for 10 tips for conflict resolution using DISC and behavioral awareness:

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Marriage and Divorce: Beating the Odds with DISC

Posted on 2014-02-07

The Forest Institute of Professional Psychology compiled data on marriage and came to the following conclusions:

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