Raising a teenager is a challenging and frustrating endeavour for most parents. For extroverted parents, knowing how to deal with an introverted teen can be especially confusing. She also felt baffled by his way of handling conflict. This is a common reaction. We only share a small portion of our thoughts and feelings in everyday conversation.
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She has a couple close friends and lots of people she will talk to in school. But when it comes to weekends, she's not that into going out with any one. It's kind of hit or miss and on her own terms. It seems like most kids her age are always out so I feel like it's weird that she's happy to be home. I was not like her.
Is Your Teen’s Introversion a Problem for Your Teen — or for You?
February edited February in Parents Forum. DD will be heading off to college next year. She is a great kid, serious student and has many interests beyond the classroom. My concern is that she has virtually no social life.
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