Being put on the spot can be painful for introverts, but there’s a good reason their brains respond the way they do.
For introverts, our home is our safe space. It’s where we hit the reset button on our energy.
Pushy people might intentionally target quiet, empathetic introverts because they think they are easy to wear down.
It sounds simple in theory, but the introvert’s mind is always lively and active, making it hard to truly rest.
One of the most powerful things an artist can do is give words to feelings that introverts thought they were alone in experiencing.
Books about introversion have the power to help introverted kids feel accepted and seen.
Some people can’t stop themselves from making ignorant, annoying, and downright rude comments to introverts.
Our society wrongly thinks that confidence is all about being loud and loving the spotlight.
Gardening is not just about caring for your plants. It’s also a way for you to take care of yourself and meet your needs as an introvert.
By eloping, we were able to avoid all the nerve-racking and exhausting wedding traditions that just weren’t “us.”