Many introverts are naturally gifted writers. So why do they clam up or draw a blank when talking out loud?
Here’s why introverts can simultaneously cherish their friendships and find social interactions exhausting.
Hangxiety is when you feel extra anxious after drinking alcohol, on top of the usual hangover symptoms.
While extroverts can get caught up in the moment, introverts notice details, allowing them to pick up on others’ tiny hints.
Introverts often find it hard to quickly express their thoughts, but this isn’t a flaw. It’s their brains diving deep.
The more you realize that spending time alone is something to embrace, not be ashamed of, the more you’ll reap its benefits.
Reading increases empathy and lowers stress levels, among other benefits — which are great reasons to stay home with a book!
There’s a good reason we introverts enjoy alone time, and it has to do with how our brains are wired.
For introverts, shutting our eyes for a while allows us to shut the world out for a while, too.
Introverts may dream more of past events, and have more vivid dreams, but extroverts get more restful sleep.