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Bring up the introvert child

Introversion is a common behavioral trait characterized on the far end of the spectrum by:

Introverted kids are perceived as hesitant or shy. If your baby is an introvert, this does not mean that your child is unsociable or abnormal. Almost all introverts, like extroverts, grow up to be successful adults—even geniuses.

 

Like with many traits, your child probably lies in the middle of the introvert/extrovert spectrum. However, if you feel your child is extremely introverted, here are some things to know.

 

Symptoms

 

Highly introverted babies may exhibit one or more of the following behaviors:

Treatment

 

Introversion is not a disorder, and hence there is no “treatment” for it. However, there are certain things you can do to make introvert children more comfortable with their surroundings.

Bring Up the Introvert Child

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Introversion is a common behavioral trait characterized on the far end of the spectrum by:



Introverted kids are perceived as hesitant or shy. If your baby is an introvert, this does not mean that your child is unsociable or abnormal. Almost all introverts, like extroverts, grow up to be successful adults—even geniuses.


Like with many traits, your child probably lies in the middle of the introvert/extrovert spectrum. However, if you feel your child is extremely introverted, here are some things to know.


Symptoms


Highly introverted babies may exhibit one or more of the following behaviors:



Treatment


Introversion is not a disorder, and hence there is no “treatment” for it. However, there are certain things you can do to make introvert children more comfortable with their surroundings.