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While we strive to teach children so they become responsible adults, too often we teach them to not trust themselves. And then we wonder why there are so many “broken children, living in grown bodies, mimicking adult lives.”
If your child is an introvert, how do you honor their needs while also encouraging confident self-expression? These ideas can help you discover the most supportive ways to do that with your introverted child.