When we introverts retreat to our bedrooms, we’re seeking peace, solitude, and no interruptions from the outside world.
For many introverts, a ringing phone feels incredibly intrusive, because it demands their attention RIGHT NOW.
Introversion and anxiety are not the same thing, but they can exist in the same person at the same time.
It means there are times when we introverts physically cannot get away from all the noise and stimulation — and that’s a terrifying prospect.
Pet loss can be hard for anyone, but if you’re an introvert or highly sensitive person, it may be even more difficult. Here’s why, plus advice to cope.
What happens when you’re an introvert who actually *wants* to host a small party? Here are five low-key party ideas for introverts, plus survival tips.
There’s so much joy to be found at a comic-con. However, the jam-packed floors and the constant noise can make this event extremely hard on introverts.
Many introverts are just trying to make it through the work day without getting completely drained, leaving little energy to connect with coworkers.
These instant mood boosters will help you take advantage of the warmer weather — without forcing you outside your introvert comfort zone.
There’s so much multitasking, hurry, and commotion about that it’s incredibly easy to become completely overwhelmed.