As an introvert, it’s helpful to keep in mind that nobody is expecting you to be the life of the party — all you have to do is show up.
As an introvert, you can give yourself permission to not constantly be connected to other people.
One day I asked myself: What if I could stay in my comfort zone — even in uncomfortable situations — like at parties or networking events?
As a highly sensitive introvert, listening to your intuition is key when it comes to protecting yourself from gaslighting.
As an introvert, it can be difficult to open up to others — which is why journaling is the perfect coping mechanism.
I used to hate waking up early until I realized it gave me the alone time I desperately need as an introvert.
I have finally come to learn that being a sensitive introvert isn’t a flaw, but the way people react to it is.
When it comes to putting yourself out there as a creative introvert, create a system that works for you (even if it appeases the algorithms).
The No. 1 thing I wish I’d known sooner as a highly sensitive introvert? There’s nothing “wrong” with being “too quiet” or “too sensitive.”
As much as introverts hate asking for help, it’s important to be vulnerable sometimes and open yourself up to others.