Gifted Introverts are often very misunderstood, viewed as shy and aloof. Their special insight, innovative thinking and deep interests are not always viewed by the world as they struggle to advocate for themselves or connect with a largely introverted world. These tips for parents of introverts are designed to help even the most introverted among us find their voice and share their talents with the world:
These strategies will help you as you prepare your introverted child for the larger world.
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