Bread is a particular reminder of what it’s like to be an introvert who just needs time and space in order to rise.
Your strengths as an introvert can help you challenge the darkness and reclaim your inner spark.
Introverts have limited social energy, so we can’t always socialize with others. But we can still show our love from afar.
Tailor your event — and unapologetically own your needs — to increase the odds of you, and everyone else, having a great time.
Introverts are known for daydreaming — but it’s important not to miss out on what’s happening in the present moment.
Anyone is welcome in my world, but they must follow a few rules, because I’m choosing to no longer be manipulated or shamed for being sensitive.
Tiny comforts may not literally elongate your alone time as an introvert, but removing yourself from the present can be a welcome escape.
Since introverts take longer to open up, consistent playdates will give your introverted child more chances to connect with their friend.
When learning a new language, it helps to lean on your introvert strengths, like active listening and deep thinking.
“Why don’t you talk more?” is high up on the list of things not to say to your introverted friend.