When your friend cancels on you at the last minute, and you kind of wanted to stay home anyway.
“Talking to one person drains me so much that I can’t bring myself to initiate a convo with any more people.”
Discovering she’s an introvert inspired Debbie Tung to start drawing comics about her quiet, sensitive temperament.
In a society designed for fast-talking, fast-moving extroverts, what do thoughtful and reflective INFPs need to be happy?
For introverts, getting regular alone time is everything. We’re talking about your energy here. Your mental health. Your sanity.
“I’ll call you!” No, introverts don’t have a phone phobia. But we’re generally better at writing our thoughts than speaking them.
Introverts have somewhat different needs than extroverts. But, sadly, they may feel like they can’t say what they need.
We damage introverts — especially young introverts — when we confuse introversion with depression.
It’s not easy being an introvert, because our society seems made for extroverts. How can an introvert live a fulfilling life in an “extroverted” world?
Because introverts tend feel more comfortable listening than talking about ourselves, we’ll gladly concede the spotlight.