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Now that school’s back, you probably feel some pressure to get your child to read. How can you encourage reading when your child who can read won’t read? So don’t require a certain number of pages per day, don’t give out stars for books finished – don’t even sign up for your local library’s summer reading challenge unless your child wants to do it.

The first is that it can be done from the comfort of one's home, alone, and doesn't involve the traditional pressures of meeting people IRL, such as going to a crowded bar. “Conversations with new people are taxing for the introvert," Hartman told .

"Those initial conversations you can do over email online.” That intimacy continues to be an advantage during the dating stage.

Quit making reading something you want and start helping your child make reading something he wants. Make sure you have a book to read and make sure you read it when and where your child can see you. If your non-reader is a boy make certain that his father (or other significant male in his life) is a reader and reads when and where your child can see. To counter the notion that reading is only a school skill and that reading is just for children you must provide living proof that they’re untrue. It’s easy to talk about your kid’s sports activities or what happened in her last video game session.