No one shows up to a first date with a warning label adhered to their chest. But if you’re an introvert who is beginning a new relationship, you can look for red flags.
World Introvert Day is a time to bring awareness to introversion and remember why introversion is something awesome, not shameful.
Anybody can color, but I’d be willing to bet that many colorers are introverted. That’s because coloring can be really good for introverts.
The holidays can be a tough time for introverts. Suddenly there are tons of social events to attend. Can we just get a little alone time, please?
Were you the quiet one in school? Did people ask you, “Why don’t you talk more?” Do they still ask you that today? If so, you might be an introvert.
Thanksgiving can be a tough time for introverts. We love our families, but this day can be exhausting, because we get drained from socializing.
If you’re an introvert who likes to color, there’s finally a coloring book made for you. Introvert Dreams is a journey through an introvert’s inner world.
I’ve been working on a coloring book for introverts. It’s called Introvert Dreams, and it follows an introvert on a journey through a beautiful dreamworld.
Being a shy introvert can feel like being a walking contradiction. Your mood and energy level often depend on how much alone time you’ve had lately.
Highly sensitive people are hyper-aware of subtleties in their environment. This gives them an incredible advantage, but they also can become overwhelmed.