Introverted children are misunderstood by parents because they don't have the knowledge of why their child is alone. Most parents think tan introvert has issues about being alone but in fact an introvert chooses to be that way. They feel alone time gives them a chance to explore their minds.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 weeks ago
Introverted children are oftentimes viewed as developmentally challenged, backwards, & even retarded by parents & teachers because they aren't as outgoing as their extroverted peers. Introverted children are considered to be colorless & have no personality in comparison to...
by Pagelift 4 years ago
What do you believe is better, an extroverted or an introverted personality?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
In American society, introverted children are made to feel different. Parents often worry that their introverted children are not "normal" like other children. So they enroll them in a myriad of social activities in the hopes of making them "more social". ...
by L. Andrew Marr 8 years ago
Introvert or extrovert...Which one are you?
by realtalk247 4 years ago
Just thinking out loud. Why are so many people scared to know themselves or develop into a complete person? There are so many people that run around distracting themselves and placing everyone in their world just to avoid being by themselves. What's the big deal having constant...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What are the 10 ways that parents negatively perceive their introverted children, believing them tobe lesser than their extroverted siblings, peers, friends, and/or associates?
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