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.
Want to scare an introvert this Halloween? Just mention one of these phrases!
Other people may not understand why highly sensitive people (HSPs) do these seemingly unusual things.
“So you didn’t do anything all weekend?”
Even when the pressure is on, you don’t have to do these “extroverted” things just to fit in.
When we introverts retreat to our bedrooms, we’re seeking peace, solitude, and no interruptions from the outside world.
Our “extroverted” culture encourages a lot of behaviors that are not introvert-friendly.
These conversation starters may seem harmless to others but can leave introverts feeling anxious or exhausted.
These “extroverted” behaviors are foreign, uncomfortable, and downright annoying to introverts.