Charlotte Mason is permissive
I recently finished reading Susan Cain’s book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.
One of the ideas that struck me the most was Cain’s assessment of cultural extroverted expectations. Raise your hand if you (or your children) were ever told by a teacher that you (or your children) needed to “speak up more in class.” Raise both hands if you were told this by almost (to punctuate it currently) Every. Single. Teacher. Even if you thought you were “speaking up in class.” Raise both hands and a foot if, on top of that, you were frequently told to “stop reading, go and play with the other children.”