As a highly sensitive person, I couldn’t stand the descriptions of violent crimes or the horrible things people had done to others.
I’m sure you’ve heard many times that introverts hate small talk. This is frequently misunderstood as introverts hate talking, period.
Introverts can be a complicated lot. We want to help others, but we get drained so quickly that we may have to retreat before making a dent.
I couldn’t help but overhear my coworkers talking about me. The only thing I heard was, “She’s so quiet.” That’s very true, as an introvert, I am quiet.
I’m an INFP, and I don’t consider myself to be an obsessive cleaner. Despite this, clutter is the one thing that can drive me out of my mind.
Introverts endure a large amount of blanket labeling. I’d like to clear up three of the most common misconceptions I encounter.
One of the most prominent ways that this misunderstanding of who I am is made known to me is through the process of giving and receiving gifts.
I’m sitting at work bent over papers. As an introvert, when I focus on something, it’s like my entire brain dives deep into whatever ocean I am exploring.