Experts are convinced that parents must take seriously what children do. Parental rearing and education, as well as changes in social environment, will have a certain impact on a person’s personality. It depends on what kind of environment children grow up in and what kind of teachers guide them to learn and develop. If parents, teachers and friends of society give correct and sound physical practice, their future development trend will be more optimistic, and vice versa.
Shyness of high-risk personality
Many parents of shy children have such experiences. At home, children have loud voices, dancing, singing and dancing, but once a stranger arrives, the child seems to be a changed person. The most embarrassing situation is that they refuse to say hello to their elders, or if their kind uncles and aunts want to amuse themselves, they immediately become curled hedgehogs.
In fact, shy children are not shy all the time. Most of their shyness is only shown in the unfamiliar environment or in front of strangers. We now know that children of any temperament can become useful.
Improvement: The shy child first needs to know that he is not so “different”. Compared with his peers who are active in public, he just needs more time to get into shape. It seems that when building blocks, he will build faster than his active cousin. Although he is willing to play outside, he does not want others to “watch” him, the feeling of being put under the “spotlight” can only make him more uncomfortable. He needs to know how to win and grasp his rights under certain circumstances; he also needs to know the specific methods and techniques of public performance, which can not be just empty talk, but need to experience in detail every embarrassing dilemma that can guide him.
Navigation in this article
First pages: shy second character: high risk character: bad temper
Third page: high risk character “I can’t” fourth pages: high risk character is not sociable
First page: shy of high-risk character
Second page: the bad temper of high-risk character
Third page: high risk character “I can’t.”
Fourth page: high risk personality