Were you the quiet one in school? Did people ask you, “Why don’t you talk more?” Do they still ask you that today? If so, you might be an introvert.
People share everything about themselves online, and as an introvert who values privacy and staying out of the spotlight, that makes me uncomfortable.
To make your holiday shopping a little easier, I’ve compiled a list of great gifts for each of the introverted personality types.
Thanksgiving can be a tough time for introverts. We love our families, but this day can be exhausting, because we get drained from socializing.
He sat there while I reread the same paragraph and wondered who was being more rude: me, for not putting down my book or him, for thinking I would do so.
The holidays can be a trying time for introverts. It means you’ll be in close contact with people you see rarely or only in measured, predictable doses.
If you’re an introvert who likes to color, there’s finally a coloring book made for you. Introvert Dreams is a journey through an introvert’s inner world.
I’ve always struggled to fit in. I daresay most introverts have experienced the feeling of being an “outsider” more than once.
Writing can be a lonely venture. Although it hasn’t been proven in a scientific study, I would argue that writers, like myself, are generally introverts.
As an introvert, I have always thought of myself as different somehow. Like I don’t fit the mold of a “normal” person. I was too quiet.