Just because our strengths as introverts aren’t always obvious doesn’t mean they don’t exist or that we shouldn’t use them.
Introversion should not be seen as a disorder, but as a facet of the diverse human psyche.
With all the students, noise, and distractions, what’s an introvert to do?
Pushy people might intentionally target quiet, empathetic introverts because they think they are easy to wear down.
In a world that often praises extroversion, I’ve learned to unapologetically embrace my introversion.
It sounds simple in theory, but the introvert’s mind is always lively and active, making it hard to truly rest.
I’ve always felt like a contradiction, a mixture of two personalities, but now I know that friendly and bubbly introverts do exist.
Staying in the hospital can mean nonstop interruptions, so it’s important to speak up for yourself (and for those in your care).
For highly sensitive introverts, ultimately, it comes down to our true intent for using the phrase “I’m sorry.”
As an introvert, I’m always carrying my loved ones in my heart, even if I don’t have the social energy to talk with them.