Understanding Introverted and Reserved Kids: They Aren’t Always Shy!

“Oh no,” her mom says. “There is no way she’s an introvert. She isn’t afraid to talk to people.” I think to myself, another person who doesn’t get introverts. Sometimes I feel like introverts are the most misunderstood people on this planet. Reserved kids aren’t necessarily shy kids. I know that those two words may seem synonymous, but they aren’t.


Being an introvert doesn’t mean you are afraid to interact with people. Some reserved kids just prefer one-on-one interactions. Some kids just prefer less environmental chaos.


I get introverts. I get reserved kids. They are my people. Let me help you get them as well.


Introverted and reserved kids are some of the most misunderstood kids on this planet! Not all introverted kids are shy or socially anxious. Let me explain.

Summary of Podcast:

Introverted and reserved kids are some of the most misunderstood children. Not all introverts are shy or socially anxious. In this episode I will go over how introverted children think and behave and how to parent them in ways that helps them flourish!

In this episode you will learn:

How an introverted child thinks and behaves.
Mistakes parents often make when raising introverted children.
The best parenting tips for raising introverted and reserved children.


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