The famous Spanish siesta, a custom not found in the U.S., has become an irreplaceable time of serenity for me as an introvert.
We need someone who can be okay with us not being okay.
Subconsciously, I told myself that the problem was me. There was nothing I could do about my life. I was the one who had to adapt.
I’d often lose my train of thought and fumble through my words.
Large crowds, noisy environments, impromptu parties — situations like these can leave introverts and HSPs feeling overwhelmed.
Despite my best efforts, I sometimes find myself at a thing wearing pants and, yes, talking to people.
There’s a link between introversion and our tendency to dwell in self-inflicted pain.
Dreaming, inventing, and creating are what intuitive introverts are born to do. Chores offer you plenty of uninterrupted time to think.
Your home can be a sacred shelter from the outside world — or a sneaky source of energy drain.
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