Having a soft spot for the spotlight and a knack for drumming up conversation with just about anyone typically means one thing as far as your personality is concerned: you're probably an extrovert. And while being an introverted parent has many benefits, there are also tons of parenting perks if you're cut from a loud and gregarious cloth.
Sophia Dembling, the author of Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After, and Susan Krauss Whitbourne, a psychological and brain sciences professor at the University of Massachusetts and author of several books, including The Search For Fulfillment, weigh in on all the pros, cons, and everything in between when it comes to extroverted parenting tactics.
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