Find Ways to Better Understand and Communicate with My Child

Are you constantly asking yourself, “Why are my children so different from each other—and more importantly from me?” Are you finding yourself challenged in understanding your child? Do you struggle with your child, who doesn’t want directions, hates being corrected, avoids taking a risk, or seems anti-social? Or maybe there is a combination in there.

For 20 years, Let Me Learn has been helping parents better understand their children. First we start with you, the parent. When you understand how you learn, the world just becomes a different place. Your self-awareness to your learning patterns allows you to see your children differently. Understanding your child’s or children’s learning patterns takes the mystery out of their behavior toward you.

To get started, you could read our Let Me Learn BASICS brochure. It gives a simple, brief explanation of the Let Me Learn Process® and how learning patterns affect everything you do—because they are an integral part of who you are.

If you want to take it a step further and go beyond just knowing a little about the patterns (which is great for parties, but not much else), then we suggest one of three things: picking up a copy of Finding Your Way, watching one of our podcasts, or participating in a live webinar.

Finding Your Way: Navigating Life by Understanding Your Learning Self is a pocket-sized book that gives you a chance to affirm yourself regardless of your age or stage in life. Most importantly, it also guides your journey to achieve success in the myriad of life’s central issues: school, career, relationships, and work.

Coming up this year, we will be offering webinars and webcasts. The webcasts are great since they are designed to be brief (more more than 5 minutes) and packed with information and you can view them on your own time. Our live on-line webinars are great too, because they give you a chance to interact in real time and ask questions throughout the 90-minute session.

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