Our introvered kids are coming up short!

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Intelligent Introvert

cute kid lying in hammock at beautiful summer dayParents – Does this sound familiar?

– A teacher provides feedback that your child is too quiet or soft spoken.
– You notice that your child hangs back in groups of kids but talks your ear off at the dinner table.
– Your child excels working independently yet feels constant pressure at school to work in teams, play with others, or be part of the group.
– You worry that your child doesn’t have more friends or spends too much time alone.

If any of these ring true, there’s nothing to worry about.  These are introverted tendencies. And introverted kids – if accepted, valued and supported for who they are – thrive!

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