When it comes to food, my highly sensitive child knows what his body needs.
Even if your spouse is the person you feel the most “alone” with, you still need to have time just for yourself.
As introverts, we need plenty of time in our week to do “nothing” and decompress, especially if we are busy parents.
Planning my wedding to suit my introverted nature — and ignoring some societal norms — was the best gift I could give myself.
As an introverted single parent, you get to do things at your own pace and truly savor the precious moments with your kid.
By sharing your introversion, you’ll figure out if your date is someone who will value and respect your personality — or get it wrong.
Instead of focusing on what your introverted child is not — like president of the debate team — focus on what they are.
He taught me to ask questions and aim high, even if it feels scary. You never know, it might turn out great.
Our society wrongly thinks that confidence is all about being loud and loving the spotlight.
When you take time for yourself, you finally start enjoying time with your kids and can be the parent you want to be.