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I Was Not a Shy Child

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2011/09/07/i-was-not-a-shy-child">I Was Not a Shy Child</a>

I’m quite an outgoing person – not a ‘raving extrovert’ but do I love meeting people, finding out all I can about them, telling them something (okay, a lot) about me, and I thrive in other people’s company. I love talking and chatting and debating – you might’ve already figured that out about me by now. But I don’t fit all the stereotypes of an extrovert ... One of our boys was quite a tentative young man when he was a toddler and young primary school student. Read full article

How to Help Your Anxious Child

<a href="/articles/how-to-help-your-anxious-child">How to Help Your Anxious Child</a>

Anxiety is thought to affect around one in ten children, which makes it a very common, if not the most common, childhood wellbeing issue. Yet parents of children with anxiety are often confused. It seems that anxiety is part of your child’s personality, so how do you change it? And fears are a natural and important part of growing up, so how do you tell when your child has a problem? Read full article

Overcoming Shyness

<a href="/articles/overcoming-shyness">Overcoming Shyness</a>

Do you have a shy child? Some degree of shyness can be normal in children but if your child is distressed or unhappy then there are things parents can do to help. Alison Tait spoke to Professor Ron Rapee from Macquarie University. Read full article