How to Raise Flexible Thinkers


Does your child “melt-down” when you ask him or her to complete a task?  Is the battle becoming overwhelming?  Perhaps your child needs to be encouraged to think flexibly.

Child psychologist, Dr. Todd Cartmell, in an article for Focus on the Family Magazine (Dec 2017/Jan 2018), encourages parents to help their children acquire the skill of flexible thinking; “the ability to view life from another point of view. This skill allows children to cognitively flex when life’s circumstances don’t go the way they had hoped.”

 For more on ways to introduce, teach, encourage and find a biblical perspective on flexible thinking click here.

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