“My son is friends with everyone in the class.”
“My daughter is very social…she is the heart and soul of every birthday party she attends.”
We are all conditioned to believe that being an extrovert is much better than being an introvert. What’s more, an introverted child is often labelled as “shy” – a negative connotation that will most likely be embedded in the child’s mind forever. If you are an introvert parent, then you will be able to empathize with your introvert child better. If you are an extrovert parent, then you are probably shocked and confused by your child’s reserved nature.
We have put together 10 tips that will help you raise an introvert child beautifully. But one thing we want to mention upfront – and not include as a tip – is that there is nothing wrong in being an introvert. It is not a trait that your child need to overcome. And it is not realistic to expect your child to get over his reserved nature. Why? Because your child’s disposition to be an introvert or an extrovert is innate in nature. That means, it is the result of the biological wiring of the brain (much like women’s personalities’ are different from men’s). It is important to understand this so that you know it is not possible to change your child’s inborn trait.
That said, why we even bother to write about this topic is because, well, we live in an extroverted world and there is social stigma around introvert kids. And hence, we need to teach our kid to have confident in himself and not be pressured by the society’s expectations.
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