As an HSP, I’ve spent so much of my life wishing I was “normal.” Wishing I could handle what “everyone else” seems to be able to handle.
For some people, the longer the vacation, the bigger the fun. But as an introvert, the idea of being with work friends for more than a week worried me.
At times, it can seem like a severe disadvantage to be an introvert. Despite this, there are many areas in which introverts have a leg up on extroverts.
As an introvert, writing allows me to process emotions, reflect on experiences, and connect with others — all on my own terms.
According to Jung, the definition of an introvert is one who is inclined to direct his or her attention inwardly. Extroverts are more outwardly oriented.
According to Jung, the definition of an introvert is one who is inclined to direct his or her attention inwardly. Extroverts, by contrast, are more outwardly oriented.
In 13 Reasons Why, Hannah Baker commits suicide. The series got me wondering: Is there a link between introversion and suicide?
If you identify as a highly sensitive person, an empath, or an INFJ, you undoubtedly have encountered more than your fair share of toxic personalities.
Extroverts could walk into a room and everyone would eagerly await their humor. I, an introvert, just sat there thinking, like always.
As an introvert, I loathe taking phone calls. If my phone rings, the only way I’m answering is if it comes from someone I know — and even then it’s iffy.