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NBI™ Parenting Style Instrument

Your NBI™ Parenting Profile will give you an insight into your parenting style; issues that are important to you (but maybe not to your child or partner!) and even where there could be room for improvement!

Developing better relationships, making more dynamic contributions in the family and making sound and relevant decisions are but a few of the advantages of understanding your own thinking profile.

Because the focus is on thinking preferences the end result is not good or bad, right or wrong. The NBI™ Parenting Profile is a descriptive and objective analysis of the individual's thinking choices, with no profile being better or worse than another. Instead, the report gives a description of an individual's thought preferences, and makes recommendations based on those.
 

Case Study - Parenting a Teen

Shaun is a healthy fifteen year-old youth. In Elementary school he loved socializing with his friends, played hockey, soccer and guitar. He was an excellent student and got A's in all his subjects. Now in Grade ten, he has flunked three of his classes. Shaun presents himself as moody and has an erratic sleeping pattern. He doesn't eat breakfast with the rest of the family, and refuses to tidy his room. He spends most of his time in front of the computer and listens to dark music.

Question: What is your response as a parent? How will you approach Shaun, and what do you think needs changing?


>>> View Sample NBI™ Parenting Style Report

 

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