give their children more freedom and opportunity to do whatever they want, within sensible limits of course, than any other personality type
Nothing is quite as perplexing to Virtuoso parents as their children sitting inside and watching television all day
Relaxed, open-minded and flexible, Virtuoso personalities expect their children to use their freedom wisely – that is, to exploit it in the name of exploration and experience.
Early in life, this attitude is tremendously beneficial for Virtuosos’ children
At this age, every little thing is a miracle, to be explored with every sense.
Blocks don’t just have distinct colors and shapes, but smells and tastes too, and this sort of sensory exploration is right up Virtuosos’ alley.
As their children learn their motor skills, people with the Virtuoso personality type are happy to stack those blocks right along with them
As their children grow and develop more complex abilities, Virtuosos find joy in showing them how to use real tools to build real things.
If Virtuosos’ growing children share their basic qualities of spontaneity and passion for physical activities, they are happy to accompany them on just about any activity, be it sports, hiking or hobby engineering.
None of this is anything that gets forced on their children though.
Virtuosos see little need in imparting their principles and interests on their children, instead just enjoying that their children enjoy doing things.
Ensuring that Virtuosos’ children are responsible enough to not do anything life-alteringly reckless in their teenage years, though, often falls to luck or (with luck) a more security-oriented partner.
Where Virtuoso parents struggle most, as with their other relationships, is in emotional bonding
Emotional control is something that children learn and adapt to over years, and comparatively unemotional Virtuosos are often left at a loss for what to do in the meantime.
Virtuosos may just need to rely on a more able partner
Otherwise, it takes a great deal of conscious effort on their part to be able to provide the sort of emotional understanding and support their children need.
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