Introverted friends are the best friends. You can count on them, they “get” you, and they’ll brew a pot of your favorite tea when you’re sad.
These five things will make it more comfortable for introverts to (occasionally) go out and socialize.
Introverts need people around them who understand their vibe, which is why they look for quality in friends, not quantity.
Finding and maintaining friendships is challenging. But it helps that, for introverts, friendships are about quality over quantity.
I love being with you, my extroverted friends, but my body needs downtime — and I’m no longer apologizing for that.
This is the reality of an introvert-introvert friendship, in all its amazing, awkward glory.
Research shows that casual connections can make you happier — but you don’t have to transform into an extrovert to make them.
If I want to stay in on a Friday night, it’s literally not you, it’s me.
Even though we’re introverts, we still crave the intimacy of a few deep and timeless relationships.
It’s called Birdy, and it matches you based on your Myers-Briggs personality type.