Teens to shy to perform
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As the new school year gets underway, you may have thought that shy teens would struggle when making the transition to secondary school, but research shows the opposite is in fact true. Opportunity for a fresh start When starting secondary school shy teens are more likely to be included in group activities and conversations with their peers than they were at the end of primary school. They are also less likely to be pushed around by new classmates. This is because shy teens are more likely to be open to receiving social invitations from new schoolmates. They also have less reputational baggage when they start secondary school. This may be particularly beneficial for shy teens if they were were disliked or excluded by peers in primary school, because they can be judged on their current behaviour and freed from potentially negative expectations based on their past behaviour.
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MDSkelPhD aol. Marc Skelton is a licensed adult and adolescent clinical psychologist as well as marriage and family therapist. In fact, sometimes parents are not able to detect the internal storm or struggle in the shy or withdrawn, largely due to an external calm. Shy and withdrawn teens are oftentimes highly sensitive to their immediate environment.
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