In a perfect world, talking to kids about their bad behavior would be a breeze, but that's not the case, especially when they get older. Sometimes parents have to dole out the punishments. Believe it or not, extroverts and introverts may handle this process differently, and that can be a good thing.
"Introverted parents are more likely to think about the punishment, like wait until the next day to talk to their teenager about her curfew violation. The extrovert might be more likely to react in the moment and give a punishment that might not fit the 'crime' or be unrealistic," said Jennifer.
The topic of discipline is a great example of a situation where balance matters. Should you immediately fly off the handle when your child acts up? No. But putting off the unpleasant conversation also has its negative consequences.