Show your introverted child that quiet is beautiful and powerful, not an “abnormality” that needs to be fixed.
For introverts, our world is never turned off or “silenced,” as our inner voice and thoughts fill the void.
Spending time in nature is an easy way for introverts to calm their overthinking minds.
Instead of focusing on any positives, you’re playing out every worst-case scenario in your head.
As an introverted parent raising introverted kids, one challenging aspect is: “Wait… where did my alone time go?”
Introverts need people around them who understand their vibe, which is why they look for quality in friends, not quantity.
As a creative introvert, my art is a part of me, yet I don’t want to be seen.
Finding and maintaining friendships is challenging. But it helps that, for introverts, friendships are about quality over quantity.
In an extroverted world, learning virtually has eliminated some of the challenges introverts face in brick-and-mortar schools.