Help them understand that your need for alone time is not a rejection of them.
It’s not always possible to carve out large chunks of time for yourself, but there are often little pockets of time that you can use to recharge.
It’s not uncommon for introverts to feel nervous in social situations, but a little preparation can go a long way.
Emotional neglect can have as great an impact on a child as abuse, even though it’s not as noticeable or memorable as abuse is.
No matter how honest they are, each introverted Myers-Briggs personality type has at least one secret they’re hiding.
Introverts have the power to imagine and the power to take what we see and make it real — but first we must harness our creativity.
Every introvert has a superpower, something they’re so crazy good at that it makes them “dangerous.”
While introverts aren’t always quick to show their anger, they can still get hopping mad if someone pushes their buttons.
Here’s what gives each introverted personality type a serious case of the creepy-crawlies.
Here’s how to tell which one (or ones!) you are.