Introverts are not as quiet as most extroverts think; when they are passionate about something, they’ll talk and talk… and talk!
As introverts, socializing can be enjoyable for us, yet it’s often in our moments alone that we find our greatest happiness.
What extroverts see as exciting and energizing can be overwhelming and draining for introverts.
Both introverts and sensitive people think deeply about life, but only one of them craves solitude.
Being put on the spot can be painful for introverts, but there’s a good reason their brains respond the way they do.
Introverts have an entire universe brewing within, and with it comes a tendency to reflect — and overthink.
It’s time we start appreciating — and not just tolerating — introverts.
For highly sensitive people, who process stimulation deeply and feel emotions strongly, stress can be intense.
For introverts, these things are “terrifying” all year long, not just on Halloween!
For introverts, our home is our safe space. It’s where we hit the reset button on our energy.