Every child develops their own character. In order to grow up healthy and happy, parents should encourage their offspring's development in certain ways. Shy and introverted children prefer to be alone and less with other children.

Rebellious children seem to have a mind of their own. Balance children are often relaxed, optimistic, in a good mood, happy, and less demanding or bossy. This article only contains general information on the respective health topic and is therefore not intended for self-diagnosis, treatment, or medication. It in no way replaces a visit to the doctor. Our editorial team is not allowed to answer individual questions about medical conditions. It is not about trying to make introverted kids to be someone extroverted that they aren't to begin with. It's about helping your child feel confident and emphasize their strengths. The balanced children are actually masters at enjoying the present moment and can essentially be a role model for their parents, says Dr. Tsabary, a psychologist herself. It's a gift to always approach things with joy and balance. It may happen that some parents perceive their overly relaxed child as unmotivated and unambitious. If you as a parent also see yourself in this position, try to turn this characteristic into a positive.