Shy Children Develop Anxiety Disorders As Teens

Team HTV Feb 21 2015

According to a new study co-authored at the University of Waterloo, shy babies need to have a strong bond with their parents to avoid developing anxiety disorders in their teens.

It has been know how shy kids may have higher risks of internalizing problems as they grow older. This new study has helped to understand the relationship of shy infants or children and social-anxiety in teens. It is the key responsibility to end insecurity from children at young age. Professor Henderson, “We can use this information about early influences to help change the developmental pathways of at-risk children before clinically-significant problems emerge.”

Source: Medical Xpress

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