A study explains why introverts can love their friends but at the same time dread being around them.
For introverts, shutting our eyes for a while allows us to shut the world out for a while, too.
Whether you’re trying to “read” a friend or coworker, paying attention to their body language is a skill that comes naturally to introverts.
Introverts may dream more of past events, and have more vivid dreams, but extroverts get more restful sleep.
Introversion provided a buffer for dealing with a major life stressor, and even allowed people to come through it “better” than before.
Many introverts are naturally gifted writers — so why do they clam up or draw a blank when speaking?
Chemically, there’s a good reason introverts really enjoy alone time.
Here’s how to tell which one (or ones!) you are.
When we carry our own emotions — plus those of others — it can simply be too much.
Experts explain why video calls are a special kind of hell for introverts.