When you’re an introverted parent, getting alone time can seem impossible — but you absolutely need it.
Introverts have a lot of thoughts to contribute and may be capable of deeper insight than the extroverts who dominate the class discussion.
Life can be chaotic with small children, but introverts have a unique set of traits that can make them amazing parents.
The birth journey is different for introverts and sensitive people, because they process the experience deeply.
These comments can make introverted kids believe that they always need to be surrounded by others in order to be “normal” and valuable.
Help your introverted child see that there is nothing wrong with being quiet.
The more you can help your children move confidently through this time, the more ease and space there will be for you.
All introverts have some basic rules. If you understand what they are, parenting them will go much smoother!
Being a teenager is hard enough — but being a highly sensitive (teenage) introvert comes with its own set of challenges.
You don’t need to plan elaborate adventures to have a quality date with your child. In fact, often, simpler is better.