Care recipient (cr) seems too shy to talk especially when he or she is around other people

Try: Role-play situations that are difficult for the cr make them realistic but non-threatening build up to conflicts and explain to the cr how he or she can get through them without something bad happening encourage the cr to tell stories that he or she created or from real life experiences the excitement of telling a story may help the cr forget his or her shyness about speaking suggest the cr start with people that he or she is comfortable with and gradually expand the audience

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Categories: Communication, Emotional Psychological, Social, Fully Aware, Somewhat Aware

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References: Adapted from the intenet website www ehow com how to deal with a child child’s selective mutism by staff writer no date

Keywords: Won’t talk silence refuses to speak mute anxiety shy

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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