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Extrovert and Introvert Kids

How to deal with extrovert and introvert kids? Learn about the basic traits and try to bring out the positive aspects.

How difficult and challenging is raising the kids? Yes, at the same time, it is more interesting phase in our lives! Every child has its own behavior and practices, which are inherited from the parents as well as grasped from the external environment as they grow up!

Many believe that it is very difficult to understanding the basic traits of a baby, which is absurd. The activities of the baby reflect its characteristics. Even if the baby remains quiet, it is a part of the character! Generally, babies can be classified into two broad categories, extrovert and introvert.   It is very important to know whether your child is introvert or extrovert to bring out the best in your kid!

We can discuss plenty of aspects about Introvert and Extrovert Kids. I’m briefing a few important aspects about the same!



Introvert Kids

Introvert kids refer to those who remain quiet, reserved and those who maintain a low profile. While they remain very silent, these kids are more focused, attentive and learn things from they listen and watch! Introverts are the keen observers! However, the lack of interaction and being reserved may not help them shine in a crowd!

Negative aspects in introverts: They are shyer, they don’t speak or express, hesitate to join the group, reluctant to try or go with new concepts, etcetera.

Positive aspects in introverts: These kids are more kind, responsible, thoughtful, etc. Generally introverts are considered intelligent kids and provide adequate space for everyone!  The calmness brings excellent memory power and they carry on deep desires! They think elaborate, wild and intense!  The major problem is introvert being lack of expressiveness and hesitation!

Extrovert Kids

Extrovert kids are quite opposite to introverts, who are spontaneous and outgoing in nature! While extroverts learn things very quickly as they interactive without any troubles, they are exposed to more troubles than introvert kids! Many times, we have heard that a kid is poking, interrupting with others, etc. This may not earn a good name for your kid!

Negative aspects in extroverts: The outgoing and interactive nature may pose the child as hyperactive! Although they tend to befriend everyone without any hesitation, they aren’t friendly in nature. Lack of responsibility is another major negative aspect in extroverts.

Positive aspects in extroverts: They don’t hide their feelings, whether it is a great joy or frustration or anger, they just express their emotion, which make them healthier! No need to teach these kids how to interact with people and communicate.

Both introvert and extrovert kids have their own merits and demerits. While it is very easy to manage with an introvert child, meeting the needs of the extrovert child many times becomes very difficult. Extrovert kids get bored easily and they need simulators to keep them very active! However, it is very difficult to break the shell to transform the shy nature introvert kids. Similarly, the lack of expressiveness even in case of an emergency to let their emotions burst out, the introverts remain silent! This harms them physically and mentally.

It is not possible to change the basic trait of the kid, i.e introvert to extrovert and vice versa, you can impart a change in the negative aspects and enhance their positive features!



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