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Should introverts be required to share?

by lillybrook on February 13, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


The Great Gatsby English writing project: choose an object that encapsulates how you want people to think of you. My 15 year old's response: "I don't want people to think of me" (She is a very private kid). I struggled to help her think about how to meet her teacher's expectations without feeling like she is compromising herself. I asked questions; she shut down. Now I'm worried...

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