Who you do believe are the most aware children, extroverted ones or introverted ones?
I think introverted children may be a bit more aware of things around them because they are usually very observant and can process what is happening around them better. Of course all children have an amazing grasp on the things around them, regardless of their personality type, but I still feel that the introverted children take in just a bit more and are maybe, perhaps, a bit more affected by it, which may cause problems for them down the road when they are older.
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