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Is your son too shy of girls

Santosh Dayal
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Is your son too shy of girls

Are you noticing a change in your son’s behaviour? Does he seem more reserved and less outgoing? Does he hesitate to talk to girls? Boys between 7-11 years are going through a period called ‘late childhood’, where they experience big social and emotional changes as they approach puberty. Our Proparent blogger Santosh Dayal helps us understand why boys this age can be extremely shy, and shares 6 simple tips to help your son overcome his shyness. • Understand why your son seems to be more introverted at this age – it is usually a time when children form deeper relationships and also deal with more peer pressure • Reassure your son that he is loved and accepted the way he is, while gently helping him to come out of his shell…read on to find out how • Find out how you can help your son overcome his shyness by - creating a more open relationship with him, not judging him, help him build his self-confidence and social skills, how you can be a positive role model for him, and more…


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Anurag Agrawal

| Aug 09, 2017

Deserve lots of applaud for giving useful tips on such an complex issue. Indeed child psychology is a deep and delicate subject to deal with and the kind of insights provided by writer is thought provoking. Normally we hesitate to experiment new things with our child and that makes the problem more difficult to deal. Here I would solicit for more inputs on the subject from Mr Santosh Dayal.

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anita

| Aug 08, 2017

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Sapna Srivastava

| Aug 08, 2017

Very helpful article.....

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