For introverts, the holiday season often becomes an exhausting marathon of prepping, shopping, and socializing.
If you’re an introvert who is the parent of a child that plays sports, you’ve probably felt a little uncomfortable while in the stands watching a game.
INFJs are sensitive souls who see the world differently.
In high school, a teacher loudly announced in class that I seemed like the type of quiet kid who “goes home to build bombs to blow up the school.”
My parents were social butterflies. Their existence was a constant stream of get-togethers, dinner invitations, and guests at all hours.
Inclusion doesn’t have to look like everyone is getting along in a group. Introverts tend to have small social circles — and they prefer it that way.
19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins was found dead inside a hotel freezer. Did this introvert overdo it on alcohol to fit in at a party?
You might be an introvert if everything about being a parent absolutely wears you out. This is particularly true during the baby and toddler stages.
As an INFJ personality type, I replayed all the events in the hospital in my mind seemingly thousands of times a day. I couldn’t stop.
Even extroverted new moms can be put off by a house full of guests wanting to hold the baby, but to an introverted new mother, it’s practically torture.