• Every parent needs to run and get this book! This book includes "Parenting Strategies for Growth" - which is an easy way to apply the learning to connect and stay connected with our children, teens and young adults. Well done!

    Diana Sterling
    Diana SterlingAuthor, The Parent as Coach Approach
  • "Knowing Me, Knowing Them" gifts us with a practical, useful, and ground breaking work for parents and adults in their relationship with children. You will benefit from this book whether you are new or experienced with the Enneagram.  Thanks to all three of you for this excellent work.

    David Daniels
    David DanielsM.D. Clinical Professor Emeritus Stanford Medical School and Enneagram pioneer
  • The best enneagram books come from those who have long experience using the system with real people. “Knowing Me, Knowing Them” by Tracy , Margaret  and Jacqui is just such a book. Based on their extensive work with parents and families, the authors provide practical and powerful advice for parents of the nine personality types, as well as nine keys to unlock each child’s potential. This book will help those of us who are parents to raise our children with all the love, awareness and skill that this sacred work deserves.

    Peter O'Hanrahan
    Peter O'HanrahanAuthor Embodied Enneagram Handbook
  • I attended a presentation on parenting that Tracy gave at an International Enneagram Association Conference in Hong Kong. I really liked her materials and approach and now find Knowing me; knowing them written with Margaret and Jacqui quite readable and useful. The authors help parents discover and understand the high and low sides of their own parenting styles and offer nine keys to unlocking their child’s potential that can be used by all nine styles. I believe parents will find enlightening the insights and suggestions offered and I’m sure their children will be thankful their parents read this book.

    Jerry Wagner Ph.D
    Jerry Wagner Ph.DAuthor, Nine Lenses on the World: The Enneagram perspective
  • Finally we have an Enneagram and parenting book that helps us understand how our personality type affects the way we are and aren’t effective at the very important task of parenting. I know many parents will find the insights of this book to be invaluable to them, especially if they take seriously the recommended practices at the end of their type chapter.

    Margaret Smith
    Margaret SmithAuthor, Money: from fear to love - using the Enneagram to create wealth prosperity & love
  • The most important job in the world, being a parent, is the one that requires no license, no training, and does not end after 18 years. This book unlocks the key to this high-stress job and will be widely read by parents and grandparents everywhere. Knowing Me, Knowing Them is a practical book that parents will want to read, share and discuss with their partners and spouses, and keep on their bookshelves for their most challenging parenting moments – and there will be plenty of those. But it is also a great book to give as a present to grandparents, other caregivers, and expectant parents. It will now be my ‘go-to’ book for everyone I meet who asks me how to use the Enneagram to become a better parent (and a better person in the process).

    Ginger Lapid-Bogda Ph.D
    Ginger Lapid-Bogda Ph.DAuthor, Bringing Out the Best in Everyone You Coach
  • I am so often asked by parents for advice in raising their children. I have honestly never read a book that gets right to these points so cleverly, creatively, and ‘rightly’. This book is really excellent in exactly what it sets out to do. 

    Fr.Richard Rohr O.F.M
    Fr.Richard Rohr O.F.MCenter for Action and Contemplation