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Why Introverts Make Good Parents

7 Reasons Introverts Make Exceptional Parents, According to Experts

They're surprisingly warm.

Some might think of you as the quiet parent who keeps to themselves at the playground, but being an introverted parent has its perks. If you enjoy the calmer side of life — and revel in your alone time sans kids — then you're in luck because according to experts, being an introverted parent can benefit both you and your little one.

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, agree that being an introvert certainly has its benefits in the wild and wonderful world of parenting.

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