Getting to know anyone well entails vulnerability, and introverts may hesitate to let others into their inner world.
If you’re an empath, you already know that you experience the world in a unique way. Empaths have the innate ability to absorb other people’s feelings.
Being quiet isn’t a weakness, rather, it allows me to listen and understand even more.
Here are four reasons why introverts are just as good at leading as extroverts — and sometimes better.
Introversion is not something that will “go away.” Research shows that introverts are born that way and will stay introverts for life.
Introverts excel at cultivating intimacy, because we tend to have small social circles and a propensity for meaningful conversation.
Both introversion and chronic illness are incredibly misunderstood by the world at large.
Camp counselors. You know the type: loud, energetic, and overly friendly. Camp, as a workplace, is ideal for extroverts — and repellant to introverts.
A huge group full of unknowns is about as bad as it gets — and for some anxious introverts, it may even induce a full-on panic attack.