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.
Instead of focusing on what your introverted child is not — like president of the debate team — focus on what they are.
Since society seems to favor the extrovert ideal, I want to make sure my child understands that introverts are just as valuable.
Since introverts take longer to open up, consistent playdates will give your introverted child more chances to connect with their friend.
One of the best ways to connect with my introverted and extroverted children as individuals is by spending time…
As an introverted parent, try to cultivate quietness in your kids where you can, through reading, spending time in nature, or even a car ride.
When it comes to hosting playdates, having clear boundaries in place is key, like set start and end times.
Introverted moms are delightful homebodies, and interacting one-on-one with our kids in a meaningful way is how we shine.
Introverts are thinking, reflecting people, and I can’t do that if I’m busy yelling or jumping up and down in the stands.