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Susan Cain, bestselling author of "Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking," hosts this ten-part weekly series on parenting and teaching introverted children. Susan will dive into why quiet kids are unique and require different parenting and teaching methods from their extroverted peers. Susan and her expert guests will discuss how parents and schools can help introverts thrive, how social media allows quiet children to express themselves in ways that were never possible before, the neuroscience of introversion, and much more.

Quiet: The Power of Introverts with Susan Cain Panoply

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    • 4.8, 317 Ratings

Susan Cain, bestselling author of "Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking," hosts this ten-part weekly series on parenting and teaching introverted children. Susan will dive into why quiet kids are unique and require different parenting and teaching methods from their extroverted peers. Susan and her expert guests will discuss how parents and schools can help introverts thrive, how social media allows quiet children to express themselves in ways that were never possible before, the neuroscience of introversion, and much more.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
317 Ratings

317 Ratings

Cips6 ,

Game changer for parents and educators

I recommend this podcast to all of my friends. As a parent and educator, I have gained perspective and empathy for both the introverts and extroverts in my life. With this, I can understand the world and people around me to be a more effective and compassionate human being. Thank you, Susan Cain. I look forward to your upcoming episodes.

Sanath84 ,

Enlightening and enriching

This is a fabulous podcast and I recommend to all the parents who have introverted kids. I’m an adult and I had so much to learn by listening to this podcast. This is something I wish my parents had access to when I was a kid.

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Salient

From the first episode, I was hooked. Susan Cain’s gentle, yet persuasive command of this topic is so helpful. As you might have guessed, I am an introvert. As the only introvert in a family of extroverts, I always had to explain myself... why did I love to listen to music alone in my room? Why did I spend so much time writing in my diary? Why was I the only member of my family not putting in their two cents at dinner? Yes, I was criticized regularly for being different.
As Susan rightly states, there’s nothing wrong with us... in fact, our sensitivity and our ability to observe and analyze make us valuable members of society. We are successful because of our introversion, not despite it. Thank you, Susan, for allowing introverts like me to be - and accept - ourselves. Now if I could only get all those talkers in the family to listen to your podcast. (They seem to never stop talking long enough to listen... <sigh>...)

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