Children who suffer from persistent extreme shyness in school may never recover and suffer from problems in adulthood as a result, according to a psychology professor.
"Shy kids are at risk later on for being lonely, for being depressed, more seriously anxious and for having problems with relationships. It can be a very difficult experience for them," Dr. Robert Coplan a psychology professor at Carleton University told CTV's Canada AM. Coplan, an expert on childhood shyness, first began working with introverted children as a camp counsellor in Montreal.
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