Introversion and anxiety can exist in the same person, and both can lead to similar behaviors, but the thought processes are wildly different.
I like to make jokes about how much I hate people. As an introvert, it’s easy to do. However, despite appearances, I don’t hate people, just socializing.
I asked introverts about the books they’ve read lately, and why another introvert would enjoy that book. Here are 13 of their suggested books to read.
Introverts can be a complicated lot. We want to help others, but we get drained so quickly that we may have to retreat before making a dent.
If you’re an empath, you probably already know that empaths tend to deviate from the norm because they both see and feel things in a unique way.
Even if you’re having a good time, eventually you need to abandon ship and recharge your energy — at home, in your own space, doing your own thing.
I couldn’t help but overhear my coworkers talking about me. The only thing I heard was, “She’s so quiet.” That’s very true, as an introvert, I am quiet.
Even though the “introvert positive” movement is here, there are still a lot of things people don’t understand about introverts.
As an introvert, I used to be a chronic sufferer of “old soul syndrome.” I was self-diagnosed, but the condition was easy to identify.
We introverts tend to be quiet and unassuming. We’re not the loudest voice in the room, and sometimes we’d rather stand over here by ourselves.