Do you know someone who always begs off when it comes to social gatherings? Do they duck out early at a party? They might be an introvert.
Because introverts tend feel more comfortable listening than talking about ourselves, we’ll gladly concede the spotlight.
Learning about personality types helped me understand that we don’t all process information the same way, and we are different in the ways we communicate.
There are several actions which, when performed by an introvert, should make you feel especially appreciative in the knowledge that they love you.
Although INFPs are interested in helping people, they are also extremely reserved and maintain a small circle of friends.
As an introvert, I kept to myself in class. You must have figured that I, a quiet and reserved kid, would be your perfect target.
Are you fortunate enough to be friends with an INFJ personality type? Here are some important things you should know about us.
For INFJs, making friends can be a tenuous process. We meet plenty of people whom we like, but pursuing deeper friendships with them can be difficult.
One of my biggest regrets about the past decade of my life is that I didn’t make more of an effort to make friends of my own.
Finding “your people” is hard, period. But it can be even harder when you’re a solitude-loving introvert. How do you make more friends?