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Nurturing the shy child

Barbara G. Markway

Nurturing the shy child

practical help for raising confident and socially skilled kids and teens

by Barbara G. Markway

  • 344 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Thomas Dunne Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bashfulness in children,
  • Child rearing

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-218).

    StatementBarbara G. Markway and Gregory P. Markway.
    ContributionsMarkway, Gregory P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF723.B3 M37 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 218 p. :
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21187862M
    ISBN 100312329776
    LC Control Number2004056112
    OCLC/WorldCa56103869

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Nurturing the Shy Child provides parents, teachers, guidance counselors and other concerned adults with the latest information and practical tools that they need to help shy and socially anxious kids. This book covers the entire shy spectrum-from shyness in only certain situations to social anxiety disorder-and provides proven methods adults /5(6).

I obviously read this book because I have a shy child (and because I found it for $ at some random bookstore, so I decided to splurge). It has some good information, but a lot of it is targeted for VERY shy children, diagnosibly shy children, which my child is not/5.

Nurturing the Shy Child provides parents, teachers, guidance counselors and other concerned adults with the latest information and practical tools that they need to help shy and socially anxious kids. This book covers the entire shy spectrum-from shyness in only certain situations to social anxiety disorder-and provides proven methods adults /5(5).

Nurturing the Shy Child provides parents, teachers, guidance counselors and other concerned adults with the latest information and practical tools that they need to help shy and socially anxious kids. This book covers the entire shy spectrum-from shyness in only certain situations to social anxiety disorder-and provides proven methods adults.

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[Barbara G Markway; Gregory P Markway] -- With the right kind of care and attention, every child has the chance to overcome his or her shyness.

Nurturing the Shy Child provides parents, teachers, guidance counselors, and other concerned. In "Nurturing the Shy Child," psychologists Barbara Markway and Gregory Markway give parents and educators practical advice to help kids overcome their shyness and anxieties.

Read an excerpt. Their child may prefer to spend time alone reading or engaging in other individual activities rather than eagerly seeking out the companionship of other kids.

Wanting a well-adjusted child, these parents may apply tips that can help shy children become more outgoing, but they aren't going to change the nature of an introverted child. Nurturing the Shy Child provides parents, teachers, guidance counselors and other concerned adults with the latest information and practical tools that they need to help shy and socially anxious kids.

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Martin's Publishing Group. How To Help Quiet Kids Succeed: NPR Ed How can adults make sure quiet kids don't get overlooked. A new book looks inside the minds of introverted kids and teens, with lessons for schools and parents. With the right kind of care and attention, every child has the chance to overcome his or her shyness.

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The Shy Spectrum in Kids She doesn't like giving oral book reports or having to stand in front of the class, but she is able to do so when required. Painfully Shy, and Nurturing the Shy Child. Raising a child in today&#x;s socially toxic environment can prove to be very difficult and demanding.

It is a tough job and parents truly have their work cut out for them. To bring up successful kids is the ultimate objective of modern day.

Unlike other books on shyness, Nurturing the Shy Child also offers much needed information on problems that can go along with shyness and social anxiety, including depression, school anxiety, separation anxiety, excessive worry, selective mutism, and more. Many kids clam up around unfamiliar adults because there are so many expectations about how they should act, says Gregory Markway, PhD, author of.

I would recommend reading Elaine Aron’s book, The Highly Sensitive Child. It is a very comforting and informative book for parents.

There is a section on helping your child navigate through the stresses of a typical school environment and a looks at the alternatives (including homeschooling). Tips to Help Nurture your Child’s Social-Emotional Development. Parenting is the hardest job on the planet. You work 24/7, you don’t get to take days off, and you don’t retire, ever.

Tips for Nurturing an Introverted Child Don’t let you child hear you call her “shy.” Cain advises, “If you want your child to learn [to self-regulate fearfulness and wariness], don’t let her hear you call her “shy”; she’ll believe the label and experience her nervousness as a fixed trait rather than an emotion she can control.

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Open mobile menu Painfully Shy, and Nurturing the Shy Child. Finally, when you come to the end of a story, instead of just asking your child if he liked the book, ask him what his favorite part was or who his favorite character was.

Share your opinion as well. Yes, have an actual book discussion with a four-year-old! Jackson’s daddy is working overseas right now, and he misses his dad terribly.