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Helping shy and introverted children thrive in an extroverted culture

4:38 PM, Oct. 4, 2013
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A birthday party invitation comes in the mail for your 6-year-old. While you're thrilled he or she has been included, your child fills with anxiety at the thought of spending an afternoon with a group of kids in a chaotic setting. If you begin to recognize a similar behavior pattern - your child hangs at the back of the room, sits alone, avoids joining groups of kids and chooses quiet activities instead of team sports - you likely have a child who is an introvert.

In a world that pushes children to be social and involved in an overwhelming number of activities, parents can help their quiet child feel ...

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