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Nurseries and Schools:Helping Your Preschooler to Overcome Shyness
2010-10-01
Name: Editor How does your child react in a social gathering? Does your child take time in mixing up and making new friends? How do you deal with your preschooler showing signs of shyness consistently?

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2013-05-14
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Name: Amanda
Subject:  shyness in kids
A shy child can be helped by sensitive parenting. If we protect a shy child from having to interact with others we build on that initial predisposition making it harder for her to cope. Children are shy in different ways for different reasons. Understanding the nature of your child' s shyness will help you develop a program geared towards your child' s specific needs. Knowing the nature of you child' s shyness will help you identify the specific skills your child needs to be more at ease in social situations.
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2013-05-14
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Name: Suhani sd
Subject:  Dealing with shyness in kids
Children learn by watching the people around them.Make a list of the kinds of things you would like your child to feel comfortable doing and make a point of doing these things in front of your child.Be friendly. Routinely smile, say high and greet the people you see as you go through your day.When it comes to social skills, the earlier you begin teaching them the better. The prevalence of shyness among children is believed to increase with age.
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2013-05-14
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Name: Garima Sood
Subject:  Shy kid
My kid is very shy. He does not go out and neither speaks with anybody. All he have is me and my husband with whom he is very attached. As a result of not going out and making friends, many times he is cranky and throws temper tantrums. This is becoming difficult for both of us. I tried to explain him that he will enjoy more with friends. A few days ago, i went with him and tried to make him play. He did play and enjoy but he was with me throughout the game. I am worried about this habit.
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