Shy interracial tween
The mom of a third-grade girl sits in my office, her face buried in her hands. Her daughter is on the outs with a peer group she formed in preschool, and this mom feels powerless to help. For reasons she might never understand, her three close friends have built a new alliance and excluded her. They taunt her, spread rumors about her, and leave her out of their activities, encouraging others to do the same.
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Shyness, Ages 12 to 16
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Like quite a few parents, you may have recently taken a good look at your adolescent and wondered, "What happened? A once-gregarious child who used to tell you everything now clams up. A jolly child who was always surrounded by a dozen pals suddenly has no friends. Your previously confident child now blushes, stammers, and won't look anybody in the eye. The multiple whammies of impending adulthood throw many kids for a loop.
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Helping Your Shy Tween: Q&A With Dr. Mary
Flickr photo by apdk Today, Dr. Mary is addressing ways parents can help their shy kids make friends. She will soon be attending summer school for academics and there will be many kids there she doesn't know. I'm worried about her being able to interact with others, even though she says she wants to make a new friend.
Your tween also could be an introvert 1 , shy 2 , or socially anxious 3. For introverts, middle school is especially challenging because new social demands conflict with their reserved nature and need for downtime, writes author Susan Cain in her bestseller, Quiet. While introversion is a fairly stable personality trait, shyness may be circumstantial. Tweens may not always exhibit shyness, but may hang back when they join a gathering or hesitate to participate in class. When a tween has social anxiety, the anxiety interferes with daily life and keeps them from interacting, even if they want to.