Understanding your introverted needs and learning how to communicate them to others is the first step in thriving as an introvert.
Introverts aren’t “antisocial” when they turn down invitations or leave the party early — they’re protecting their needs.
Many introverts have come to love their quiet little bubble, their empty calendar, and their slower pace of life.
As an introvert, I get lonely from a lack of connection — not from a lack of people — and that’s a lot harder to solve.
Introverts love spending time alone, but even we have our limits.
As my career progressed, each position stretched me in ways that allowed me to grow significantly, personally, and professionally.
As an HSP, I’ve spent so much of my life wishing I was “normal.” Wishing I could handle what “everyone else” seems to be able to handle.