I used to think introversion was something that needed to be “fixed.” But I was wrong — and finally stopped pretending to be an extrovert.
I can’t go back and talk to my younger introverted self — but I can take these phrases and assert myself as an introverted adult.
When learning a new language, it helps to lean on your introvert strengths, like active listening and deep thinking.
Since introverts usually don’t like being the center of attention, when they’re traveling in a new city, they’ll have plenty of anonymity.
The introvert “door slam” can extend to other areas of your life, too — like when you cut off anything that hinders, not helps, you.
My introvert-friendly road trip felt like a vacation and a major recharge at the same time.
If you’re an introvert with cabin fever, get out in nature — it’s a way to connect with the world that doesn’t have to involve other people.
As an introvert, extroverted jobs have given me the opportunity to test what works for me — I understand my limits better.
Reading is a solitary, quiet activity that enables us to recharge anytime, anywhere.
Notice an introvert at a party needing some space? Help them make their escape!