Shy Child: Helping Children Triumph Over Shyness
ISBN: 0446674990
EAN13: 9780446674997
Language: English
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 8.00" L x 5.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview
Good news Shyness is not a disorder; it's the personality style of 40 percent of all children and young adults. Shyness has its good side: Your child is probably imaginative, perceptive, and thoughtful. Yet shyness can hinder a child's development. This authoritative, interactive guide is the first book to focus on the problems of shyness and provide parents and children with pragmatic, step-by-step solutions. It will help you achieve wonderful results -- stronger, warmer relationships with family and friends, and, most of all, a happy, empowered, less fearful child who looks confidently to the future. Discover: -- The signs of shyness in children, from infancy to adolescence -- How the shy child responds physically and mentally to stress -- How your child's artwork reveals his or her emotions, and how drawing together can reinforce trust and understanding -- Scriptwriting, rewriting, role-playing, and rehearsing -- important tools for the shy child -- Why shy children are so vulnerable to bullies and how best to intervene -- How to teach your child to cope with anxiety-producing situations and more.
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From the Back Cover Good news! Shyness is not a disorder; it's the personality style of 40 percent of all children and young adults. Shyness has its good side: Your child is probably imaginative, perceptive, and thoughtful. Yet shyness can hinder a child's development. This authoritative, interactive guide is the first book to focus on the problems of shyness and provide parents and children with pragmatic, step-by-step solutions. It will help you achieve wonderful results -- stronger, warmer relationships with family and friends, and, most of all, a happy, empowered, less fearful child who looks confidently to the future. Discover: -- The signs of shyness in children, from infancy to adolescence -- How the shy child responds physically and mentally to stress -- How your child's artwork reveals his or her emotions, and how drawing together can reinforce trust and understanding -- Scriptwriting, rewriting, role-playing, and rehearsing -- important tools for the shy child -- Why shy children are so vulnerable to bullies and how best to intervene -- How to teach your child to cope with anxiety-producing situations and more.

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