How to Start a Conversation With Your Introverted Kid

Some kids are going to be more awkward than others as they grow up. There are some individuals who are not able to figure out how to get their kids motivated to speak more and be more comfortable in their surroundings. The bottom line is that you want your child to be comfortable around you. If you are willing to take the time to be patient with them, no matter how introverted they are, you will be able to have a conversation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Some kids are just going to grow up awkward and there is not much you can do about it.
  • Making sure that you talk to your child and put him in social situations when they are young is important.
  • You want to be the person that your child feels most comfortable around for many reasons.

“People are born with different temperaments, extroversion or introversion, and this generally remains unchanged as they grow up.”

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Becky Patouhas, social media specialist, has been a babywearing educator since 2013. Her favorite part of her job is a tie between seeing all the cute baby pictures and helping parents get that “I can’t believe I can hold my baby AND eat!” moment. A first-generation American and mom of two small boys, she and her family live in Michigan, where she enjoys volunteering with her local babywearing group. Becky loves her Zypora meh dais (she has two!) because they’re so cushy on her shoulders. She always has a Lightly Padded ring sling in her purse because she loves the soft padding, and she thinks Isle of Skye is the best colorway out there!

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