Introverts, staying home doesn’t mean you’re giving in to a weakness; it means you’re in touch with your needs and practicing self-care.
Introverts need plenty of alone time and space to recharge — and for me, that includes when it comes time to sleep, too.
Drop-in visitors, nosy people, and impromptu phone calls are just a few of the things introverts find annoying.
What may come across as aloofness is really the consequence of our introvert brains — the wheels of our minds never stop churning.
As introverts, a steady chorus of thoughts flows through our minds pretty much all the time.
When it comes to the introverted parent/extroverted child dichotomy, it’s about finding a way to satisfy both your needs and your child’s.
A social hangover feels a lot like the real thing: grouchiness, brain fog, and utter exhaustion.