The Hidden Gifts of the Introverted Child

The Hidden Gifts of the Introverted Child

Helping your Child Thrive in An Extroverted World

eBook - 2005
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Explains that introversion is not a disability, and how parents can help their child become the person he or she is meant to be and succeed in an extroverted world.
Publisher: New York : Workman Pub., c2005.
ISBN: 9780761153733
076115373X
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xviii, 302 p.)
Contents: Introduction: Embarking: The Introverted Child: Marching to a More Hesitant Drummer
Appreciating Different Designs
Was an Introverted Child Dropped Down Your Chimney?: What Introversion Is-And What It Isn't
Innies and Outies Are Hardwired: Brain Physiology Creates Introverted and Extroverted Temperaments
Introverts' Advantages in an Extroverted World: Learn to Highlight Your Child's Hidden Gifts
Raising Introverted Children with Roots and Wings
Building Emotional Resilience: Establishing Strong Bonds with Your Child Will Provide Him a Secure Foundation
The Care and Feeding of Innies: Predictable Routines Energize Innies So They Can Flourish
Play, Conversation, and the Art of Relaxation: Encourage Daily Chats, Creative Play, Decision-Making Steps, and Stress-Busting Skills
Family Variations
The Family Temperament Tango: Increase Family Harmony by Validating and Appreciating Each Member's Footwork
Improving Sibling Relationships: Encourage Understanding, Establish Boundaries, and Dampen Rivalry
Extending the Family Tree: Cultivate Close Relationships with Grandparents, Other Family Members, Friends, and Caregivers
Bringing Out What's Inside
Innies in the Classroom: When You Know How Innies Learn Best, You Can Help Them Navigate the School Years
Support Your Introvert at School and on the Playing Field: Lend a Helping Hand with Teachers, Studying, Homework, Preparing for College, and the Sports Scene
Innie Social Savvy: What Friendship Means to Innies and What to Expect as They Travel Through Childhood
Encouraging Your Introvert to Flex His Social Muscles: Practice Helps Strengthen Poise and Confidence, Even in Sticky Situations
Thorny Social Patches: Help Your Innie Manage Conflict, Bullies, and Other Challenges
Conclusion: Reflections as We Disembark
Syndromes and Disorders that Are Sometimes Confused with Introversion.
Summary: Explains that introversion is not a disability, and how parents can help their child become the person he or she is meant to be and succeed in an extroverted world.

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