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What are moms?

All moms are different colors. There’s brunettes, blonde, brown or red. With dark skin or light. Blue eyes, green or brown. Choosing bright outfits or discreet black. And mom different colors… soul. What are moms? And what You mother is blue or orange, or maybe red? Or green, or yellow?

No, this is not a psychological test! And not even a comic classifications, of which there are plenty in the Internet. All seriously. Now it becomes clear.

For starters, that’s what it is.

In the mid-20th century American psychologist Dr. graves and his followers don Beck and Chris Cowan has formulated the so-called theory of spiral dynamics . They took as the basis of classification of their system of values! Every individual (and even society in General) are on one level. But these same levels were identified in different colors. Turned out such a fun picture.

Why I decided to talk about it?

The fact that such important thing as a system of values, is laid in childhood, and is formed of mom and dad. In adult life it is very difficult to change. This is akin to the revolution. So we automatically projected our system of children. What they grow? Maybe now it’s easier to fix something?

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