We all want our children and grandchildren to be healthy, happy and holy. We all want them to have good friends and feel like they are safe and they belong. Should you worry, though, if your little one isn’t the most outgoing or, even, confident of children? No. So says Catholic mom and teacher, Sheri Wohlfert, in this month’s FAITH Magazine, the official publication of the Diocese of Lansing.
“It’s OK to be who you are! Our Church history is full of quiet, thoughtful, contemplative, peaceful souls,” writes Sheri in her monthly article focusing on parenting.
“St. John Paul II was a former actor who was full of conversation and powerful charismatic leadership, while St. Teresa of Calcutta was quiet, peaceful and dreaded being in public. Both changed the world and demonstrated holiness in completely different styles. God is inviting each of us to do the same … including our children.”
To read more of Sheri’s advice, go to: https://faithmag.com/introvert-or-extrovert