Making space for silence is just as important as making space for talking.
Teach your introverted child that it’s perfectly okay to have a small circle of friends and to enjoy solo activities.
As an introverted parent of young kids, sometimes you just need to be truly alone for a while, even if it means hiding in your car.
Being an introvert won’t take anything away from your role as a mom. In fact, your kids will get something extra special from you.
For those of us who shudder at the morning chaos, we need actionable ways to slow things down. I…
Introverted kids have an inner world that is alive and present for them. They engage with the deeper aspects of life.
All introverts have some basic rules. If you understand what they are, parenting them will go much smoother!
Parenting can be overstimulating, especially for introverts. Being intentional about what gets your energy is key.
We introverts want to give our kids a magical holiday season, but we don’t have to exhaust ourselves in the process.
Instead of rushing to label your introverted kid as “shy,” normalize quiet moments and restorative alone time.