Some children are naturally confident and have no issues with talking to new people or making friends. However many children suffer from shyness and can find school life incredibly difficult. Fortunately, this is something that parents can help their children to overcome, using a few simple techniques.
Dr Carla Runchman is a Clinical Psychologist, mum of one, founder of Mama Diary and author of ‘Mama Notes’, a notebook for the first 12 weeks of motherhood to help mums focus on their emotional well-being. Together with space to make notes on newborn essentials such as feeding and nappies, each week has a well-being focus with ideas or activities to try, and journal pages with prompts to help you reflect on the important moments of these early weeks.
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