When your child is a true introvert, they shy away from interaction, conversation, and for the most part public interaction at all. However, if you have a true introvert on your hands, they thrive on attention and are totally in their element when the spotlight is on them!
According to Psychology Today, extroverts make up 50 to 74% of the population. Are you trying to nail down if your little one is a true introvert or not? Well, here are five signs that can help.
- They don’t have a shy bone in their body. If your little one always has to be around people and is the “life of the party,’ when he/she is, they chance are, you have an extrovert. Extroverts love meeting new people and don’t have to “warm up” to an unfamiliar situation. They are always poised and ready for action. All systems are go, all the time.
- Nap time doesn’t come easy. Extroverts don’t like to be alone. It is hard for them to take a nap and go down for night time. Social interaction is a necessity and being alone to sleep isn’t easy for them.