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Susan Cain, bestselling author of "Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking," hosts this ten-part weekly series on parenting and teaching introverted children. Susan will dive into why quiet kids are unique and require different parenting and teaching methods from their extroverted peers. Susan and her expert guests will discuss how parents and schools can help introverts thrive, how social media allows quiet children to express themselves in ways that were never pos ...
 
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Highly sensitive children are prone to all the anxieties and vulnerabilities you’d expect. But what may surprise you is that when it comes to health, peer relationships, academic outcomes, you name it, these kids can often do BETTER than their less sensitive peers. On this episode of Quiet, host Susan Cain explores exciting new research about these…
 
It’s no secret that getting into your dream school takes a lot more than good grades and high SAT scores. Many schools also look for student leaders--but of course, not everyone wants to be student body president or captain of the varsity team. On this episode of Quiet, Susan Cain will show you how to help your quiet teen navigate the college appli…
 
Hollywood, with its love of self-promotion, seems an unlikely place for a shy, introverted girl to find fame, but Molly Ringwald has never done things like other people. As the star of the John Hughes’ hits Pretty in Pink, 16 Candles, and The Breakfast Club, Molly turned being a quiet teen from barely acceptable to cool. Susan and Molly discuss Mol…
 
Studies report that up to 75 percent of the highly gifted population are introverts. On this episode of Quiet, Host Susan Cain explores the connection between introversion and giftedness. We’ll look at the unique challenges that gifted introverts face, and show you how to spot the quietly gifted children in your life. We’ll also hear how Grammy Awa…
 
On this episode of Quiet, host Susan Cain explores how introverts, young and old alike, are using social media as a safe place to experiment with speaking up and finding their place in the wider world. Susan and her guests will take a clear-eyed look at the risks associated with social media on the developing brain, and provide concrete tips on how…
 
In this episode, Olympic Gold Medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White share how introversion gave them an edge in the competitive world of figure skating. Host Susan Cain explains how mastering a sport—or any other beloved pursuit, from robotics to the performing arts—is a great way to build a child's self esteem. She'll show you how to spot common…
 
From the culture of character to today’s classroom, speaking up became the model for measuring what children know. But does grading classroom participation even work? On this episode of Quiet, host Susan Cain and her guests—Jessica Lahey, educator and author of the New York Times bestselling book The Gift of Failure, and professor of education, Emi…
 
How compatible are you with your kid? Whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, you’ll want to catch this episode with guests Arianna Huffington and her daughter Isabella as they reveal how temperament influences their relationship. We’ll also have some great tips to help you find common ground with your quiet kid. Today’s show is brought to you…
 
Welcome to Quiet: The Power of Introverts. On this episode, host Susan Cain breaks down what it means to be an introvert. We’ll find out how introverts are actually wired differently and hear how these traits often fuel our greatest visionaries--the connection might not be obvious at first blush. Quiet kids often need a “longer runway” before they’…
 
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