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Children With Social Anxiety Are Less Likely To Meet Academic Goals

Moms – Ashley Wehrli

“A new study has found that children who suffer with social anxiety are more likely to not meet their academic goals in life. Being social is seen as a part of child development, but parents may be underestimating how important a child’s social development is for a child. There are children who thrive in social situations, and they easily make friends and can talk to anyone.” (more)

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