Tips for Parenting an Introverted Child — Human Performance Psychology

Introverted children are often mistaken for shy children, but being introverted and being shy aren’t the same thing. Parents may see that their child doesn’t seem to socialize as many other children do. Their child may prefer to spend time alone reading or engaging in other individual activities rather than eagerly seeking out the companionship […]

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5 Signs It’s Social Anxiety and Not Introversion — Psych2Go

If you’re an introverted person, the chances are you prefer your own company to that of crowds and consider yourself a quiet and reserved person. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being an introvert, but it is important to know the differences between introversion and social anxiety, as the two can easily become intertwined and mistaken […]

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How Introverts are Made to Feel There’s Something Wrong with Them — Thrive Global

It’s hard to see the cultural bias against introverts in this extrovert-biased culture until we flip the script. This FLIPPED Hare and Tortoise fable is a metaphor showing what introverts experience in this extrovert-favored world, as well as in the corporate/business culture in general. (Less than 6 minutes) How does this resonate with you? Share it…

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