Introversion provided a buffer for dealing with a major life stressor, and even allowed people to come through it “better” than before.
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.
It works even if you can’t physically go outside.
Loners are a species’ insurance policy during difficult times.
You will grow and change, as we all do, but you’ll always be an introvert at your core.
Naming emotions is one of the first ways to deal with them and make them “go away” peacefully.
Psychologists call this “intrinsic maturation.”
Recent research found a weird connection between introversion and cat ownership.