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Stop Trying to “Fix” Your Introverted Child

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I used to think that was just a normal part of my life as an introvert. But becoming a dad changed my perspective on the way some kids get treated.I know that all this meddling comes from a place of love and care.Parents want to make sure their children get all the best opportunities in life.

Teachers try to promote social skills and cooperation among their students. And it is true that life’s a bit easier for extroverts.

Of course, people want to help kids “get over it” and become more social, more gregarious.But it just doesn’t work like that.Introversion has a strong genetic component — our brains function slightly differently than extrovert brains do.

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