I went from being an introvert who placed too much value on what others thought to an introvert who felt more confident and comfortable in her own skin.
By now we’re all well aware that many of the most brilliant creative minds in history have belonged to solitude-loving introverts.
I’m a highly sensitive person, but without my sensation seeking trait, I would have never seen so many countries or learned how to scuba dive.
As a highly sensitive person, at the end of the day, I crave a dimly-lit, silent room – preferably alone or in my boyfriend’s company only.
Not every introvert hates change as much as I do, but many of us do. In general, introverts can struggle with adjusting to new things.
Anybody can color, but I’d be willing to bet that many colorers are introverted. That’s because coloring can be really good for introverts.
Owning your introversion takes time. To help, I’ve put together a playlist of 10 of my favorite songs that will give you an instant confidence boost.
It’s not uncommon for highly sensitive introverts to put other people’s needs before their own. But this can have an unhelpful consequence.
As an introvert and a self-identified worrier, I often have a lot of thoughts running through my head. When that’s the case, music becomes my remedy.
The holidays can be a trying time for introverts. It means you’ll be in close contact with people you see rarely or only in measured, predictable doses.