Workplaces are still not designed with introverts’ needs in mind, and sometimes company culture outright alienates them.
Introverts and extroverts can both be empaths, but the two have a very different “style” of empathy.
Not all introverted kids are shy, but many of them do experience shyness.
Our “extroverted” culture encourages a lot of behaviors that are not introvert-friendly.
Most of us introverts don’t get enough alone time, so it’s really annoying when someone interrupts it.
Not only do introverts have a right to speak up, but they also have the capacity to do it gracefully and confidently.
Some teachers still see quiet introverts as “broken extroverts” who need to be fixed.
Going to public places on your own honors your need to be solitary while at the same time giving you a little social boost.
Some awkward moments in conversations are innocuous while others are cringey.
Introverts can do their work and live their life happily without constantly needing to be around other people.