Movies and other people told me how I should be. Successful people were supposed to be loud, brash, confident, and outgoing.
Train travel feels more humane, relaxing, and less pressured.
I forced myself to pretend to be an extrovert. But it came at a cost.
When my introversion and anxiety pair up, my life spins out of control.
I was frequently surrounded by crowds of people, and I thought I liked it.
Am I to wear the scarlet letter “I” for “introvert”?
I surmised at a young age that the path to happiness for me lay in being someone completely other than who I was.
Lisa Avebury, creator of the Sacred Introvert community and the Sacred Introvert Retreat Tour, talked with I,…
This trip to Glastonbury, England was created just for introverts.
After spending many years around groups of people, I began feeling as drained as the…